A Step by Step Scratch and Dent Appliances Guide
We all know that we get the best rates for our house hold appliances at a store. But what do we do with the existing scratches and dents that we find on the appliances that we paid those nice dollars for. If the thought of scratches and dents have been worrying you for so long and if you have been wondering about ways to become your neighbors' new envy, then it is time that you read the following step by step guide that will show you the best ways to deal with those minor problems that come with the appliances.
For your very first guide tip, you have to concentrate on the small dents that you could find on your home appliance. If there is a small dent on the door or the sides of a refrigerator or even on your washing machine, then get a hold of your common toilet plunge. To remove the dent from the appliance, you would have to place the plunge over the dent and press it slightly. A vacuum is created between the plunge and the metal wall and you have to slowly pull the plunge away from the wall and release it. This would ensure that the dent is removed with minimal force and that such force does not damage your appliance even further.
If the dent is bigger than expected or as big as the discount that you got, then you need to apply the same suction action, only in this case your toilet plunge would not do the work for you. You would have to try removing the dent by using an automotive plunge. These are bigger and would help remove bigger dents. Since you get these as automated machines as well, you would not have to worry about the right amount of pressure to remove the dent.
For the second tip you would now have to look at how to remove those visible scratches off your stainless steel appliances. The best way to deal with such scratches on your stainless steel appliances you would have to look for a not stainless steel scrub. Such scrubs are usually used for your ceramics and not stick pans. Use these mild abrasives and rub slowly and mildly on the stainless steel scratch. This gentle rub would soon remove the obvious scratch marks and make it more subtle since it polishes it simultaneously. If it is a color painted appliance then using such a scrub should not even cross your mind. It is best to have a refill done by your local painter. If you think that they charge way too much to remove the scratch then your best bet would be to look for nail enamel, magic markers, and crafts paint in the closest shade to cover it up.