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    Removing scratches from stainless steel cooker hood
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    • 17th Jan 12, 9:20 AM
    Removing scratches from stainless steel cooker hood 17th Jan 12 at 9:20 AM
    The house we are renovating to live in has a cooker hood which I'm hoping to use as part of the new kitchen, to save a bit on costs, but it does have some light scratches around the small control buttons, looks like they have used a brillo pad or something to clean it in the past.

    Any ideas for removing these scratches, it's only in a smallish area so guess I could live with it but prefer not to!

    Oh and also any tips on how to clean the filters as they are gruesome.
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