Cleaning stainless steel appliances

I would appreciate any suggestions on how to clean my appliances without harming the finish.
  7 answers
  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Aug 09, 2016
    There are cleaners available for stainless steal. If that does not work for you you can spray them down with a mixture of vinegar and water,wipe with a soft cloth. Should there be streaks take a cloth lightly dipped in oil any kind will work and wipe across the grain in the opposite direction.

  • Janet Gallegos Janet Gallegos on Aug 09, 2016
    my daughter has recently discovered that coconut oil is great.

  • Teresa Teresa on Aug 09, 2016
    I love this product for all kinds of cleaning and it will not hurt your stainless steel. Now I am sending you the liquid version works for stainless and cook tops. The powdered version that I use for kitchen and bath cleaning I have cleaned so many things and it has not hurt any of them. I hope this helps Teresa

  • Anna Anna on Aug 10, 2016
    Good old silver polish works pretty good too. I even use it on my coffee maker.

  • Debi53 Debi53 on Aug 11, 2016
    I have tried just about everything and here is what I have found that really works and lasts: Make a paste of powdered Bar Keeper's Friend and water. Rub this over your appliances with a damp soft cloth. This removes fingerprints, grime, and the silvering that dulls your stainless. Use a clean wet coth to wash the paste away. Dry with a clean soft cloth. Then use Countertop Magic to polish. Just spray it on a cloth and wipe it on your appliances. Do not spray it directly onto your appliances. If it gets on the floor it is very slick. I only do this 2-3 times a year and my appliances look great. In between, you can just wipe sticky spots off.

  • Tim Walraven Tim Walraven on Nov 08, 2017
    car polish