how to clean stainless steel appliances
It\'s almost never stainless steel!
I can\'t seem to remember when my dishwasher, oven, and fridge surface was not printed with fingerprints and water stains.
Stainless steel is in trouble!
To make matters worse, harsh chemical cleaning products promise to return our stainless steel appliances to their showroom.
With the expensive price labels of these cleaners and their harmful properties, why do you have stainless steel?
Do we really want those lovely toddler little mouths and fingertips to come into contact with beautiful fragile devices coated with chemical cleaners?
Here\'s how to clean stainless steel appliances without harmful chemicals to get the perfect surface effect \"how \"!
Like wood, steel also has texture.
These are very faint stripes that can be found on the surface of your device.
A whole piece of steel will have the same directional texture.
That is, a device usually connects other steel parts, such as handles and knobs.
These other parts may have different directional textures, so please make sure you are aware of this.
If you don\'t clean in the direction of grain, will your appliances be destroyed? Nope.
Nothing dramatic will happen!
Only when you wipe perpendicular to the grain, more clean residue (
Has Mixed any dirt on steel)
It may go deep into tiny gaps in grain.
In order to get the best gloss, it is best to match the grain.
This rule applies to any cleaner you use on any stainless steel. -2 non-
Grind and clean the rag.
I used 100% of cotton because it had almost no leftover lint.
However, in the past, I used run-of-the-
Grinding paper towels that work normally (
They did leave some lint behind)-Dish soap.
I used \"Dawn\" here\"
Baby oil or any kind of mineral
The dyed steel is gentle and very cute, and the dish soap is amazing in fighting the dirt in the dishes. . . and appliances! Who knew?
This step will clean up the excess oil on the steel and make the polishing more enjoyable!
Apply a small amount on your rag.
Rinse with a small amount of water enough for your rag to wipe along the lines of the appliance.
For particularly stubborn fingerprints, you may need to go through it several times.
After thoroughly cleaning the area, dry any water marks with a dry towel.
This is the part of the reward.
Put a * small amount of mineral oil or baby oil on your second rag.
Really, it\'s enough to drop a few drops!
Similar to cleaning, follow your steel particles and move in any direction.
Polishing the steel in this way will give you the best results.
Your stainless steel is stainless steel again!
On the other hand, your rag needs to be thrown into the washing machine to enjoy!