I Have Stains On My Ka

Decorating By jibbies Updated 6 Sep 2007 , 2:41pm by Antylucifer

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jibbies Posted 4 Sep 2007 , 2:21am
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I have two KA's a red one and a white one. I wipe them off every time I use them but my white one has developed stains that I cannot emove. icon_mad.gif
I was wondering if any one else has this problem and if you have found a way to remove them.

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jibbies Posted 4 Sep 2007 , 2:48am
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Anybody out there?????

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Parable Posted 4 Sep 2007 , 3:26am
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Maybe a little bleach rubbed on with a soft paper towel might help. Or maybe a little paste made from Oxiclean.


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jibbies Posted 4 Sep 2007 , 3:31am
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I probably should have mentioned it but I have tried bleach and oxyclean and a paste made out of baking soda

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Auryn Posted 4 Sep 2007 , 11:57am
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I know this is gonna sound weird
but try shampoo
im talking the cheap $1 a bottle Suave shampoo- the aloe one is the best
put a little dot of shampoo on the stain- let it sit a minute or two ( DO NOT let it dry on- it will make the stain worse) then wipe the shampoo and the stain off with a papertowel

dont ask me why but it works- Ive gotten set in hair dye stains off of bathroom sinks w/ this trick

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SILVERCAT Posted 4 Sep 2007 , 1:05pm
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What kind of stains are they? I know must anything will take the stains off my KA which is white. I have even used bleach.

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Antylucifer Posted 6 Sep 2007 , 2:41pm
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How old is your KA? You might want to get in touch with their Customer Service and see what they can do. They are pretty helpful whether your mixer is under warranty or not. Also, I saw an old episode of Made in the USA, where they visited KA. It showed that the mold & paint process is some elaborate technique to ensure the paint can't be damaged in any way. If you decide to contact them, their number is 1-800-334-6889 and the web site where customer service is always on line and will answer questions pretty quickly is:


Good Luck.

P.S. Thanks Auryn for that shampoo tip, I had a stain on my bathroom counter that I've tried everything on-the Suave shampoo got it out this morning and you don't know how happy I am! I was actually ready to replace the countertop because it was driving me crazy.

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