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Remove blue from GE 1960 blue stainless steel kitchen wall



(-----) 2004

I recently purchased a old house that has a GE one piece 1960 blue stainless steel kitchen cabinets that covers the whole wall. Can they be strip of the discoloed blue to stainless steel?

Eric Johnson
Wholesale Bank - Seattle, Washington, USA
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2004

You can use 5% water solution of ammonium citrate(pH must be 3,5/you must add some ammonia to 5o gm citric acid dissolved in 1 lit water),if you think that is complicated you can use only citric acid(5% solution in water)!

Good luck!

Goran Budija
- Zagreb ,Croatia
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