Guide to Cleaning Stainless Steel Appliances Like a Pro!

Banish those streaks and the irritating fingerprints forever, once and for always. Appliances made from stainless steel like dishwashers, fridge, ovens, etc. first come to your home all gleaming in pristine glory. So much so you might even feel that they will continue to remain so forever and will stand the tests of time. However, it does not stay that way, and eventually, all of these appliances will lose the luster because of your grubby fingers, water spills, and accidental messes. Depending on the specific mess and appliance, these smudges can get difficult to remove. However, in this article, you will learn of some easy steps to efficiently and effectively clean all your stainless steel kitchen appliances and make them smudge and stain free.

  1. Specialty cleaners

Specialty cleaners for various appliances can prove quite useful. They are convenient and easy and are specifically designed to clean specific appliances. You can get them in liquid or gel forms and can use them with a wet cloth or rag. They are useful for cleaning up oily messes and can make the newer fingerprints much less visible. Cleaning up becomes a breeze with this specialty cleaners.

  1. Dish soap

You have to begin by making a mixture by combining one tablespoon of dishwashing detergent with a quarter of a cup of lukewarm water (tap water will do well). You should wear gloves on your hand to protect them from the heat. After making the mixture, you must use a microfiber cloth and rub the detergent mixture solution over the stains and marks in smaller sections; you would be taking some elbow grease to aid in the process, in keeping with the grain. After that you would be required to rinse those marks and stains with only hot water, and after that, you must pat it dry with a dry, clean cloth.

  1. Mineral oil

Mineral oil can be quite useful in erasing fingerprints. Studies have shown that mineral oil is a beneficial DIY cleaning material for home cleaning, especially of appliances made of stainless steel. You can put a little mineral on the areas where stains and fingerprint marks are and then wipe the oil over them with a slightly wet cloth. Also, you can use the oil to put a light coating over your appliances after you have cleaned them. However, do not put too much of it as it can make the appliance feel sticky and will also attract dirt. You must see to it that you do not use any oil that is food-based, like rice bran oil, olive oil, soya oil or vegetable oil, as a substitute for mineral oil or as a shortcut for the technique. This is because food-based oils can easily become rancid. Use only a pinch of mineral oil; you will not require to use it in large quantities to remove finger mark stains.

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Conclusion

You can use these natural techniques to efficiently clean your stainless steel appliances, at home, by yourself to remove any smudges or marks.

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