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Stainless Steel Wipes

Stainless Steel Wipes

Regular price $8.00 AUD
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Stainless Steel Wipes

Stainless steel appliances and surfaces are popular, but that sleek look soon shows marks from dirt, grease, fingers and food. If not cleaned regularly with the correct product, these marks can become hard to remove. Magic Stainless Steel Wipes clean and protects with one application. There is no need to use a two-step process of cleaning and polishing the surface. Our unique formula is Australian Owned and loved by Australians since 2006.

  • Removes daily grime and water spots.
  • Cleans fingerprints and smears.
  • Leaves a protective coating that helps to repel new marks.
  • Non-abrasive formula cleans and polishes
  • Leaves a streak-free shine.
  • Non-Toxic formula.

Ideal for:

  • Stainless Steel, Chrome & Aluminium Surfaces
  • Fridges, Microwaves, Dishwashers,
  • Rangehoods, Coffee Machines, Jugs,
  • Cooktops, Oven Doors, Splashbacks,
  • Work Benches, Balustrades,
  • BBQs and more.

How to Use

Refer to your machine’s user manual before using this product. If your stainless steel appliance has a coating or is coloured, test in an inconspicuous area first.

  1. Wipe the surface with even strokes.
  2. Wipe off any excess with a clean paper towel.
  3. Discard used wipes responsibly. Do not flush.
  4. Reseal pouch when finished.

Note: Remove any dirt or other particles from wipe before repeated use as these particles can cause surface damage. Magic Stainless Steel Wipes™ have an oil-based formula, so the wipes should feel oily, not wet. Test on an inconspicuous area before use.

Handy Hint:

  • Avoid cleaning the label area on your appliances, as these are usually painted on and rub off over time.
  • If your cooktop is heavily soiled, apply Magic Cooktop Cleaner & Protector™ with a soft cloth. Do not use the foam pad on the tube as this application pad can scratch stainless steel.

If scratched, has surface rust or heavily marked, use Magic All Metal Polish™ to help restore metal surfaces, then use Magic Stainless Steel Cleaner & Protector or Magic Stainless Steel Wipes.

Safety & First Aid

Contains: 300 g/kg LIQUID HYDROCARBONS (petroleum based)


SAFETY DIRECTIONS: Keep all out of reach of children. Keep away from open flames. Do not use on hot surfaces. DO NOT SWALLOW. NOT TO BE USED AS A FOOD CONTAINER.

FIRST AID: For advice, contact a Poisons Information Centre (e.g. phone Australia 13 11 26; New Zealand 0800 764 766) or a doctor (at once). If swallowed rinse mouth, do NOT induce vomiting.


I’ve just wiped my rangehood, oven, cooktop or fridge and it has left a cloudy mark on it, how can I get that off?
If you have used Stainless Steel Wipes and see a dull or cloudy look to your stainless steel, it could meana that there was oil or residue from something on the steel. We recommend cleaning the item with a multi-purpose cleaner. Once all the oil is off the surface, use the product again. If you still have a dull or cloudy look, you still have oil on the appliance and you need to clean it again with a multi-purpose cleaner.


Please refer to your user manual as it may state not to use petrol, benzol, thinners etc. Our Stainless Steel Wipes contain liquid hydrocarbons which means they are petroleum based. A lot of stainless steel goods these days have a protective coating which only needs warm soapy water to clean and using hydrocarbons can remove this coating. Using our All Metal Polish should bring your fridge up like new.

I’ve just opened a packet of wipes and it feels dry, should it be dry?
No, they shouldn’t be dry but should feel oily. If you pull out a wipe and rub it between your fingers then rub your fingers together you should notice that they are oily.

Is Stainless Steel Wipes safe to use on brushed aluminium?
While it is more than safe to use, please note – the appearance may look a little different. Stainless Steel Wipes leave a very thin coating of polish oil on the metal as a protective layer – hence a ‘wet look’.


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