We always face difficulties while cleaning the stainless steel appliances, and the solutions available in the market are expensive and do not provide fruitful solutions. So, in today’s article, we will learn how to clean stainless steel appliances.
Let us look at the supplies list that you should have before cleaning your stainless steel appliances. They are as follows:
- Spray Bottle
- Kitchen Gloves
- Microfibre Cloth
- Baking Soda
- Club Soda
- Dish Soap
- Hot Water
Steps To Clean Stainless Steel Appliances
Step 1: The first step to cleaning your stainless appliances is to get a good quality microfiber cloth. As these clothes are very soft and will last long. Along, with that they are washable, and you can use them for multiple cleanings.
Step 2: The second solution is to take a spray bottle, pour some distilled white vinegar, and spritz it. Now, gently spray the vinegar off on the appliance and then wipe it with the help of a microfiber cloth.
Spray Bottle with Vinegar and Spritz
Step 3: In the following solution, take some drops of degreasing dish soap and mix it with hot water. Then gently wash the stainless steel appliance using a microfiber cloth and then rinse it immediately. Now, immediately take a fresh and neat dry cloth and wipe it or dry it.
Dish soap and Hot Water Solution
Step 4: The next remedy is to take a small amount of baking soda on a cloth and then slightly start buffing out the marks. Then use another neat dry cloth and wipe the powder’s residue on the appliance.
Adding Baking Soda on Cloth
Step 5: The last solution in today’s list is to take a club soda and pour it inside a clean spray bottle. Then gently spray it over the stainless steel appliance and wipe it using a clean microfibre towel.
Club Soda Solution
- If you do not find microfiber cloth available with you, you can use a paper towel.
- You can use an old used plastic bottle and apply a spray top over it and use.
Things To Remember
- Make sure you use a neat microfibre cloth.
- Secondly, wash your hands once you are done cleaning the stainless steel appliance.
- Also, remember to use a neat dry cloth to wipe the appliances.
Saquib Siddiqui is a Mechanical Engineer and a content creator. He has special interest in science experiments and teaches the same to school and college students. He is also a technical lead at RUDE LABS PVT. LTD.