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Stainless Steel Coffe Table Needs Help (Rust - Scratches)
I have a stainless steel coffee table that is about 1 ft. off the ground. It is a 1 piece table (all pieces forged together) that looks to be made of 100% steel. It is finished with a very smooth, yet muted black finish. Since I purchased it, the surface has scratched up and some white spots have appeared (from spills). It was in the basement for the last year and I also noticed a couple of rust spots on the surface.
This was an expensive purchase for me and I want to make it look useable again.
- How can I remove the rust?
- Is there a way for me to refinish the surface with the same black coat (what is that coat?) that is currently on it? How can I do this?
- Who can I take the table to that will be able to fix it up?
Any help you provide would be greatly appreciated.
Consumer - Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Sir.. Scratch-B-Gone identified at the top of this page is the first and only DIY kit for scratch, rust, and chemical stain removal for use on brushed Stainless steel appliances, grills and sinks. Less than a year on the market, it is currently used in service and manufacturing by many big name manufacturers of appliance. This kit has and will remediate your problems and those of many readers frustrated by Stainless steel surface damage. This kit will not work on clear coat protected surfaces however. Good luck
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