You’ve finally said goodbye to that old, yellowing, plastic-covered dishwasher, in favour of a new, sleek, stainless steel model. Woohoo!
Stainless steel is durable, looks great, and can instantly modernise a kitchen. However, it can also be a royal pain to clean. So, here’s how to clean your new stainless steel appliance, the right way.
Just like wood, stainless steel has a grain. For a streak-free shine, wipe your stainless steel with the grain, not against it.
Stainless steel can be a fingerprint magnet. To get rid of pesky fingerprints, use an ammonia-free, spray-on glass cleaner—it’s quick, effective, safe, and easy.
Now, this may not be necessary for everyone. But tap water in some areas can contain harsh chemicals that could potentially pit or discolour your stainless steel. If you want to be really safe, filter your water first.
Often, a splash of hot water and a soft cloth will be enough to keep your stainless steel shining. But for caked-on gunk, try giving dishwashing liquid a go. Most brands of dishwashing liquid are gentle yet powerful against grime, so pop some on a cloth and wipe away to your heart’s content.
As mentioned earlier, leaving moisture sitting on your stainless steel is a one way trip to stain town. So, always follow up any cleaning with paper towel. Not only will the paper towel reduce your risk of stains, but it will also reduce your risk of smudges, streaks, and missed dust and dirt!
Note: Before attempting a clean, always read the appliance’s care manual.
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