How to Clean Stainless Steel Appliances

With the latest craze for purchasing stainless steel appliances, how does one keep the exteriors clean? There are many ways to do this, but what is some of these ways without breaking the bank any further?

This article will cover some of the ways to do just that. After all, spending that much on a stainless steel appliance, you want it to look as pristine as possible at all times.

There are many things which make a stainless steel appliance look dirty. There are the finger prints from the oils, dirt, and grime from our hands, the grease and goo from cooking, and splashes and spills that can dirty a stainless steel appliance easily.

While you could avoid the cleaning of the appliances by not using them, but what fun would that be? It wouldn’t, but clean up doesn’t have to be a chore either.

Stainless Steel Appliance Cleaning Tips

HillMark’s SteelKleen. Steelkleen will remove marks from the exterior of stainless steel appliances. This clean, however, does leave a film behind, but it does repel any new marks on the appliances. This includes toddler’s finger prints. After all, what toddler doesn’t like seeing their reflection in a shiny object?

HillMark’s SteelPower. SteelPower will remove stains and baked on food from your stainless steel stove. SteelPower is non-abrasive and works like a charm.

Lemon Juice. Use some lemon juice on a paper towel will remove any finger prints from your stainless steel appliances. The acid from the lemon juice is what removes the finger prints.

Bicarb and Vinegar. Make a paste from bicarb and vinegar to remove many of the marks from your stainless steel appliances.

Gumption Paste. Gumption paste can be purchased in many supermarkets. Use a soft cloth with the Gumption paste to remove burnt on foods from your stainless steel stove top. Rinse off immediately.

Soda Water. Soda water with the carbonation can help clean the finger prints from stainless steel appliances.

Baby Oil. Baby oil can give your stainless steel appliances a nice shine while removing finger prints.

While these are just a few tips that can be used to clean your stainless steel appliances, you can also check in the owner’s manual to find what the manufacturers recommend for cleaning the exterior. You will not want to use anything which will ruin the stainless steel on your appliances. The stainless steel is normally coated with a protectant to prevent rusting.

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