Your stainless steel appliances are resistant to rust and tarnish, but they need regular care and protection to last for long years.You have different method to clean your steel appliances according to their condition and age. Here are a few ways to clean such appliances effectively.
The vinegar and oil are powerful elements to clean the fingerprints and water signs on your stainless steel appliances. All of what you need is to wipe the surface with a soft cloth and vinegar with the direction of the grain either horizontally or vertically. When all the spots are removed, you can use the oil to give the surface a shiny look. Cleaning your stainless steel appliances regularly will keep them clean all the time.
If your stainless appliance is exposed to grease and fat, you can use more effective mild abrasive such as a paste of baking soda and water till the spot is removed. Now you can let your appliance dry and place flour on the surface of the appliance to give your appliance a polished look.
If you decided to use more powerful materials to remove the harder spots, make sure that they will not harm your surface. In this case, you can use wD-40, Windex, and the cream of tartar.
The simplest way to clean your stainless steel appliances is the water and dishwasher soup and baby oil. The stains and scratches can be polished by a stainless steel cleaner and risen it with a dry towel to emerge its shine.
You can even use glass cleaner or household ammonia with a microfiber or soft cotton piece of cloth, but make sure that you are cleaning with the direction of the grain just like the wood. Whatever the solution you use for cleaning your appliances, just try to keep then clean all the time to prolong their default age.
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