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Rejuvenate Stainless Steel Scratch Eraser Kit
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Rejuvenate

Stainless Steel Scratch Eraser Kit

  • Safely removes scratches from stainless steel appliances
  • Also removes rust spots, discoloration & deep gouges
  • Great for refrigerators, stoves, dishwashers, sinks & grills
$5.97 /each

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Repair any stainless steel surface yourself. The Rejuvenate Stainless Steel Scratch Eraser Kit removes the finest surface scratches to the worst deep gauges. It also works on rust spots and discoloration safely and easily in just minutes.

  • Easy-to-use kit with everything you need
  • For use on stainless steel sinks, refrigerators, stoves, ovens, hoods, dishwashers and other stainless steel surfaces
  • Works on scorch marks and minor surface damage
  • Makes appliances look new again
  • 30-day money back guarantee

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Does this work for deep scratches

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December 29, 2015
I have deep stratches on my stove that I'm trying to remove without it being noticeable
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Boise, ID, USA
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June 2, 2016
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You might be able to reduce their appearance but not completely eradicate the scratches. If you get too aggressive it could look worse than what you're trying to fix.
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May 15, 2016
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Yes
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Hauppauge, NY, USA
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April 11, 2016
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it should work with any scratch that isn't a dent. It will take more standing but it should work. Worst case is the scratch is smaller
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Pocatello, VA, USA
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March 26, 2016
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No, this product is really only for surface blemishes in my opinion.
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March 8, 2016
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No not real deep scratches. It makes them less noticeable but does not totally get rid of them.
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Hauppauge, NY, USA
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February 23, 2016
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It should but it is going to take a fair amount of sanding, I would get two kits in case the sandpaper wears out. At worse it will just make the scratch less noticeable.
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January 24, 2016
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This item works on scorch marks and minor surface damage.
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does it work on utensils ?????

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July 1, 2015
i have a large set of oneida flatware and i would like to know if this product will work on surface scratches
such as spoons, knives or forks,is there a certain procedure which i need to follow in order for this product to work
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Boise, ID, USA
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May 4, 2016
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I have not tried it on utensils but you might want to try some steel wool instead. It comes in various grades. I would recommended starting with the lightest grade first to see how it works and then increase if necessary.
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Pocatello, VA, USA
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March 26, 2016
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I do not recommend this product for utensils. Try Hope's Perfect Sink instead.
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December 29, 2015
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I am unsure if there is enough of the oil pack to do this but you could try it. I used a table buffer and buffed a lot of my sterling silver flatware and think it would buff out the scratches on your flat ware too. You could also use a buffing pad on a Dremel. This is how they do it at the jewelry shops that remove scratches on silver, they have a table buffer. The buffers are not expensive (under $25) Read More
I am unsure if there is enough of the oil pack to do this but you could try it. I used a table buffer and buffed a lot of my sterling silver flatware and think it would buff out the scratches on your flat ware too. You could also use a buffing pad on a Dremel. This is how they do it at the jewelry shops that remove scratches on silver, they have a table buffer. The buffers are not expensive (under $25) and can be used over and over, Read Less
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August 1, 2015
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I am not 100% sure. I used it on my refrigerator and grill actually. I would have to say that if the silverware has a matte finish it most likely will benefit you and diminish the scratches. On the other hand, if it has a shiny finish (which most do) then I would not use this product as the outcome will probably have turned it into silverware with a matte finish. My personal recommendation: invest in a Read More
I am not 100% sure. I used it on my refrigerator and grill actually. I would have to say that if the silverware has a matte finish it most likely will benefit you and diminish the scratches. On the other hand, if it has a shiny finish (which most do) then I would not use this product as the outcome will probably have turned it into silverware with a matte finish. My personal recommendation: invest in a small rotary tool (such as Dremel) and cleaner/polish. It will take time to do them but I think you will be more happy with the results. Also with this product, the liquid that comes with it in the kit is in a small pouch the size of an alcohol wipe and goes quickly! I think it is intended more for an item with one or two scratches and not a big project. Good luck! Read Less
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Lakeville, CT
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July 18, 2015
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It should work fine. The only caveat is that if you want a mirror finish, you will have to follow up this product with either a buffing wheel, or lots of NOXON and elbow grease.
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July 2, 2015
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This product can be used on flatware as long as it is non-coated stainless steel.
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July 2, 2015
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Dear Valued Customer,
Thank you for your interest in our wonderful line of products.
If your flatware set is Non-Coated Stainless Steel then you may use our Rejuvenate Stainless Steel Scratch Eraser Kit to remove any superficial scratches. For best results, please read the instructions entirely before using the product.
I hope this information has been helpful.
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Will it work on a rust spot?

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September 30, 2015
Can I use it to get rid of a small rust spot on a stainless steel surface? Thank you.
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Boise, ID, USA
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You might try using a fine grade of steel wool (there are several grades) with light pressure rubbing in the direction of the stainless steel grain. Be patient and not overly aggressive as you might do more damage than what you're trying to fix.
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April 26, 2016
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Yes. If the rust spot is on stainless steel, that is (in the few cases I've seen) usually just some staining and not really a rusting of the stainless. Should come out with not problem.
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No, try Hope's Perfect Sink
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Hauppauge, NY, USA
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February 23, 2016
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you can use it to remove stains on stainless steel, but the stainless steel should not be rusting in the first place. If the stainless is rusting I would this it was just steel and it was clear coated. in this case if you stand out the rust you will need to re clear coat the surface or it will rust even worse. if is a rust stain from something sitting on it, it will work.
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December 29, 2015
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It says it does remove rust but I have never used but I have never used it for that purpose. It has a money back guarantee, so try it.
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September 30, 2015
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Good morning,
Thank you for your inquiry in our wonderful line of Rejuvenate products. We do not recommend using our Stainless Steel Scratch Eraser Kit to remove a rust spot from the surface. Our product actually scours the top layer of the surface. However, with rust we have no way to gage how deep the metal has rusted through, as rust can eat through many layers of metal.
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Good morning,
Thank you for your inquiry in our wonderful line of Rejuvenate products. We do not recommend using our Stainless Steel Scratch Eraser Kit to remove a rust spot from the surface. Our product actually scours the top layer of the surface. However, with rust we have no way to gage how deep the metal has rusted through, as rust can eat through many layers of metal.
I hope this information helps. Thank you and have a great day.
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my stainless steel fridge door has some scratches

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September 13, 2015
Hi, I have a big and beautiful stainless steel Sub-Zero fridge. One of the door got recently some scratches. I read about the kit in the Internet in Home Depot. I also read the reviews. It is mentionned do not use on the non-coated stainless steel. Well the door of my fridge is stainless steel. I do not want to use that product and to make it worse as it was is one of the picture I saw in your site. Please help me and tell me if this product is safe for me to use it on the door of my fridge and if you have another product in Home Depot which I can come and buy and works better.

Thanks Laura
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Boise, ID, USA
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May 4, 2016
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The finishes on some of the newer refrigerator/freezers .dish washers, and range/ovens do have special coatings that the manufacturers warn against using some cleaners and abrasives on. I would recommend that you contact the Sub-Zero manufacturer to get their recommendations. Better safe than sorry.
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Do not use on stainless that is coat with something
if it is uncoated it is fine to use.
Check in an inconspicuous area to see if it is coated or not.
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Pocatello, VA, USA
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I do not recommend;. If it does NOT have a glossy finish, try Hope's Perfect Sink. Be sure to apply with the grain.
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Nashville, TN
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It worked wonderful for me. I had done more damage with another product and tried this and it made the damage and scratch disappear. Just start with the finest pad and go with the grain of the stainless steel. You can tru ot on a place that doesn't show before you do the door but I was amazed.
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It should work fine. You just have to make sure you are sanding the door with the grain, which I am guessing will run horizontally. If you are not sure which way the grain is going on the refrigerator door, you can try on a small patch of the door as close to the floor as you can get. In any case, if you don't like the result, you can always have a professional make it right.
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September 14, 2015
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Good morning,
I hope this email finds you well. You may not use this product on coated surfaces. Please check with the manufacturer before using our product on your refrigerator. I understand the door is stainless steel, but you need to make sure it is NOT a coated surface.
I hope this information helps. We value you as a customer and appreciate your business. Have a great day.
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Good morning,
I hope this email finds you well. You may not use this product on coated surfaces. Please check with the manufacturer before using our product on your refrigerator. I understand the door is stainless steel, but you need to make sure it is NOT a coated surface.
I hope this information helps. We value you as a customer and appreciate your business. Have a great day.
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Stainless Steel Scratch Eraser Kit is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 117.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The product worked very well! I am one of those people who is bothered by scratches/dings (O-C about it?-maybe), I even took a course to learn out to remove dings from our cars...., and I am good at it. So, the other day, our maid service managed to damage the stainless steel panel on our Kenmore Elite Dishwasher. Don't ask me, but sometime took a green scotch brite pad, and attempted to remove a stain using a high-pressure circular scrubbing action-I was fit to be tied-professionals using scruff pads on stainless steel?? You could see the blemish from 15 feet, away. The panel was basically "ruined", and the replacement cost was $104. I know that these scratch kits for stainless steel, other hand can work in many cases. I had it done previously on a range hood that was delivered damaged from the factory. Long story short, I thought I would try this $5 plus kit from HD, before ordering a replacement panel. The instructions make clear the it will not work on "coated" stainless steel-doing so will make the issue even worse. So you need to verify that your appliance is uncoated stainless steel. I made a quick call to Whirlpool (The manufacturer of the Kenmore line for Sears), and they confirmed my unit's panel was uncoated stainless. So I took the kit, using the light scratch grey pad, and a few drops of the cutting agent, and started with light to moderate pressuring, running back-forth in the direction of the grain, 8-10 passes. Needed to do it about 2-3 times, and the damage was not improved by at least 95%. I decided that was good enough, as the blemish was no longer visible from any distance. The blending of the repaired area, at least in my case, was minor. Finished, put some Zep alu. cleaner on the panel, and you would never know it was wrecked by my cleaning service. So I am happy, and found that the product really did deliver. The key what you need to do, if you try it: do make sure you are dealing with an uncoated aluminum surface. Secondly, I would start with light pressure in the direction of the grain, not heavy. That may be the reason some people are reporting the repair ends up up looking worse than before. Start lightly, you can always go back and redo or add more pressure with another pass over the damage area. But it worked for me, and it solved my problem not having to have an argument with the cleaning service to pay $104 to replace the panel.
Date published: 2016-09-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great. Removed several scratches from my sink. Some scratches were deeper than others. Just... Works great. Removed several scratches from my sink. Some scratches were deeper than others. Just followed the instructions and it worked great. Before I treated the second sink, I asked husband if he saw a difference and he said the difference was remarkable!
Date published: 2016-11-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My Vigo Stainless Steel Sink Looks Like New Again! Frankly, if you have dug a gouge the size and depth of a canyon into your stainless steel, it is not coming out. I can tell you, this morning, I had several swirling scratches and a couple of significant scratches from work by a contractor. He actually used by stainless steel, apron front farmhouse sink to rinse his dirty rags from tile mortar. When we got home, we were horrified. It took me two hours of scrubbing to remove the gunk from my sink. When I saw the resulting scratches, I thought I would cry. My husband started looking up stainless steel scratch remover and found this. Honestly, I did not expect it to work. Nothing ever does, it seems. My husband just finished working on the sink. He followed the instructions to the letter. I am thrilled with the results. Nothing is perfect, and this is a sink. We use it. Dirty dishes go into it several times a day. My kitchen sees a ridiculous amount of use because I cook. The swirled scratches are about 90% gone. Even the two deeper scratches are gone. The sink looks amazing. If he worked on the swirled scratches a bit longer, they would probably disappear completely. This works so much better than I expected. I would have paid 10 times as much for it, as long as it works. I no longer want to cry when I look at my sink, which is less than 6 months old.
Date published: 2016-10-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Removes scratches and creates more This ruined my fridge door. Instead of a few small scratches, I now have a large patch that doesn't match the rest of the door. And I followed the directions exactly. Do not recommend.
Date published: 2017-01-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from good, useful product Does the job of polishing stainless steel to make it look new and shiny.
Date published: 2016-08-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The scratch on my stove looks even worse now that I used this product. The scratch on my stove looks even worse now that I used this product.
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I wasn't sure it would work given some of the other reviews. I had tile work done above my stove... I wasn't sure it would work given some of the other reviews. I had tile work done above my stove and the installer scratched up the top horribly. I wish I took a before picture because the results were amazing. Read the instructions .. if your stainless is coated or looks like stainless but isn't, then this will damage the surface. Otherwise, I highly recommend this product.
Date published: 2016-12-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst ever Do not use this unless you want to screw up your costly appliances . Thankfully I tried it on my stainless steel glass . Just slightly on my sink n cooktop. It got two more scratches . Worst product ever. Should be in the garbage.. beware people do not buy!! Does not let me put less that one rating . I would rate this in negative
Date published: 2016-12-17
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