Hi Beth, I'm definitely going to try this on my own stainless steel appliances! https://www.hgtv.com/lifestyle/clean-and-organize/how-to-clean-stainless-steel
I wipe mine with a plain microfiber cloth, slightly dampened. The best one I have found was at the Dollar Tree. There are 2 in a pack.
Here's a great how to: https://www.consumerreports.org/appliances/how-to-clean-stainless-steel-appliances/
Whatever you do DO NOT leave Leftover residue from cleaning solutions can damage a stainless steel finish, so it's essential to make rinsing part of the routine. ... Never leave stainless steel to soak in solutions that contain chlorine, vinegar, or table salt, as long-term exposure to these can damage it.
Thank you so much!!!
I would use hot soap and water, Perhaps a scrubby, like scotch brite, or a magic eraser will also work...
Bar Keepers Friend is amazing https://www.amazon.com/Bar-Keepers-Friend-Powdered-12-Ounces/dp/B00E0MXUME/ref=sr_1_6?crid=TBAWB9Y30KJS&dchild=1&keywords=bar+keepers+friend&qid=1614471225&sprefix=Bar+keepe%2Caps%2C277&sr=8-6
I use Young Living's Thieves cleaner
I use a stainless steel spray cleaner that has a polish in it and a non-abrasive cloth like microfiber.
Hi Beth, the main thing to remember with stainless ids that you get the cleanest look if you dry it after cleaning, use a mild soap and water mixture, to wipe down the surface, then use a clean dry microfiber cloth to dry it off, It will look shiny and clean. You can give it a glossy look with lemon furniture polish, applied with a microfiber cloth.
Buy a Spray for the purpose from the store