The cooker hob, sink, fridge, or other stainless steel surfaces in the kitchen, require special cleaning products.
The essential rule for cleaning stainless steel surfaces
To properly clean the stainless steel surfaces, you need a product that doesn’t leave traces, cleans and disinfect, but also to polish it without scratching the metallic gloss. In other words, you can’t use cleaning powder or other corrosive products, because the stainless steel surfaces are easy to clean but are demanding to corrosive agents.
- To begin with, you should use a microfiber cloth with gentle dish detergent to remove dirt and debris.
- For gloss, you can use a window spray to get rid of fingerprints and shady traces off stainless steel surfaces.
How to clean stainless steel surfaces naturally
You can use a solution of baking soda and hot water. Don’t use wire sponges, even if you are dealing with harden and dry food. Better leave the stain soaked in baking soda paste, because you risk scratching the surface.
Olive oil does real wonders on stainless steel
After cleaning the stainless steel surfaces with a soft microfiber cloth, pour some olive oil on a cloth and polish the entire stainless steel surface. If you leave olive oil traces behind, wipe the excess and polish it with a dry cloth.
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