My Lopi is only a couple of years old and has it's original nice coat of paint, it's in good shape and looks good IF I work at it and clean it frequently. However, when it gets dusty and ashy, the cleanup takes quite a bit of work with a sponge and etc to get it to look nice again. Is there any kind of polish that would work the way grease does on seasoned cast iron, just something to give it a slight polish or wet look without cleaning and drying and cleaning and drying again till it's perfect? Anything I could just wipe on there, (that would kinda work the way armour all does in the car)? THe ash lip is particularly difficult to clean and will often retain "spots" or an ashy look, and the top will sometimes get water spotted if I drip from the pain I keep on there for moisture in the air. The color of the Republic 1750i is called metallic black, I think, but it's almost like a charcoal color, not very dark. It's kind of a semi-matte finish, not real glossy. Most actual "stove polishes" are for unpainted cast iron, and are black. Would "pledge" or something wax based work? I don't want to hurt the paint, or attract more dust!