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The best stuff to prevent finger prints is TopCoat http://ducora.com/SHOPSITE/page2.html

I use it on cars (exterior and interior), appliances, etc... The stuff is amazing...
Mine must have a layer of tin underneath cause magnets stick.
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Mine must have a layer of tin underneath cause magnets stick.
Tin is barely magnetic. It so weak that it might as well not be magnetic for all intents and purposes. If magnets stick to your "stainless steel" appliances they're not stainless steel.
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If magnets stick to your "stainless steel" appliances they're not stainless steel.
Bass' stainless steel appliances must be ferritic stainless steel.
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I tried numerous SS polishes. Seems I always had water streaks or something to make it discolored. I didn't have much confidence in a suggestion from my sister-in-law. Wiped it down with olive oil. Problem solved. Unfortunately that's the only thing she's ever been helpful with.
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Cold working austenetic SS can cause it to become slightly magnetic. Or they used a different SS microstructure as Johnson636 suggested
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