Cleaning Your Stainless Steel Appliances And Surfaces

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Cleaning Your Stainless Steel Appliances And Surfaces

5 January 2018
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Stainless steel looks great in your kitchen. The surfaces are very durable and easy to maintain but if you don't clean them from time to time, they can start to lose that luster. Wiping them down to get rid of germs and other contaminants that might be on the surface is fine but to really clean the stainless steel, you need a good polish and a little elbow grease.

Where To Find Stainless Steel Polish

Stainless steel polish can have different purposes and maybe a little different from brand to brand. While you can use just about any polish designed for stainless steel, it is better to get one intended for the job you are doing. If you are cleaning your kitchen appliances and equipment, the best option is to visit a home center or appliance store. They will have the polish you need and can help you find the one that is right for your needs. There may be one that works better that they can recommend for you so ask someone in the appliance area what you should use for your appliances. It is a good idea to check and see if the manufacturer of you appliances recommends a product to use on them as well.

Clean Before You Polish

While it might sound like common sense, not everyone will think to take this step before starting to polish their stainless steel. Keep in mind, a polish is not a cleaner. The surface needs to be cleaned before you start polishing. Use a cleaner that is not going to leave a residue on the surface and wipe everything down well before you even open the polish. If you are concerned about a residue on the metal, wash them down with hot water and a mild detergent after you have used a kitchen cleaner on them. Once you have done this, you can start to polish the metal surface.

Polishing The Stainless Steel Surfaces

 When you are ready to polish your stainless steel, take a minute and read the directions for use on the polish. There may be a specific way to use that polish and if you do it wrong or skip a step, the polish may not be very effective. While most modern polishes do not require a lot of effort to work, the manufacturer may want you to put it on and take it off a specific way. It is a good idea to read the directions in the store before you decide what you will buy but if you didn't, take the time to do it now for the best results. If you take the time to do it right, polishing those stainless surfaces will make them look great.

Contact a supplier, like Thor Products,   for more help.