Stainless steel is easy to clean. I suggest you try simple wd40 to clean it
with a paper towel... this way, it doesn't scratch. If this doesn't work,
then try some all purpose cleaner. Last resort if steel wool.
Yeah, there should be, and there probably is, but it's not that bad, and if
I can remove the stains without the hassle of a service appointment, all the
If not, I'll just wait until it has to go in for standard service and have
it taken care of then. I can't imagine the dealer refusing to replace them.
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