cleaning stainless steel

Stainless Steel Stains

A great mix of elegance and functionality, stainless steel appliances are beautiful as long as you take care of those pesky little spots that appear over time.  We have some useful advice for doing just that!

Stainless steel surfaces can be frustrating to clean, especially on infrequently used appliances like your dishwasher, fridge, microwave and oven.  Although polish is a great finishing touch, it often leaves behind the spots.

To remove these spots, simply use a high quality glass cleaner or soapy water before polishing with stainless steel cleaner. The glass cleaner or soap removes stains caused by splashes and spills more effectively. Finish by wiping with a microfiber rag to leave your dishwasher, fridge, oven and microwave stain-free.

Is stainless steel worth all the trouble? Yes. The stainless steel sink demonstrates the material’s durability. Unlike white porcelain or plastic, stainless steel sinks retain their shine for years even after washing countless dishes, pots and pans.