Thank you for the answer.petitallegra wrote: ↑Nov 7th, 2017 1:26 pmSo, just like SS sinks, there are different gauges and materials in SS Fridges. Not all SS is truly made from steel! So, depending on the quality of the SS, different cleaning solutions yield different results. An easy test is putting a magnet on the surface. If it doesn't stay, its in fact real SS. If the magnet stays, its not true steel.
Once you've determined the material, a few things about cleaning. If its true SS, you should not use any oil products. It will darken the SS over time, as well as create a patchy haze. It cannot be removed. The best cleaner for this type of SS is vinegar/water, or windex, as it has amonnia. If its fake SS, then the SS cleaners on the market (oil based) will be your best bet.
If you take a photo of the hazy spot, I can better determine what happened.
I can't stick a magnet to the fridge, and yes, the bottom has a lot of patchiness.......as it there is some sort of a film but it won't come of
I took a picture as best I could. You can sort of see it but it's much worse from certain angles, and hard to capture.
p.s. also sent you a pm