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Print (High/Low) fading off stainless range knobs

OaklandGal | May 29, 201904:05 PM     14

I did a rare and much needed spring cleaning of my gas range and noticed the print fading off a few knobs (‘high’ ‘low’ ‘simmer’ etc). It’s a BlueStar range with stainless knobs from 2014. It gets used daily but I was a bit surprised it happened so quickly. I tried using a small permanent marker but the results were hideous and luckily wiped right off. I don’t feel like spending $50+ bucks per knob for new ones and I was wondering if anyone had experienced something similar? I can live with it since you can still faintly see the markings, so it’s not a big deal — just wondering if there’s an acceptable solution? Thanks!

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