Cleaning Stainless Steel

No one can argue with the appeal of stainless steel in the kitchen. It provides a fantastic contrast of texture and color to almost any kitchen decor. Also, it's sterile appearance provides the feeling of cleanliness. A few well-placed hand-prints, though, and its all over! Stainless steel cleaners are extremely harsh, and should be used with the greatest of care. They also require quite a bit of buffing to really get the surface perfect. One suggestion, wipe down the worst of the spots with a cloth dampened with rubbing alcohol. Once finished, wipe down with a warm, soapy cloth and rinse with warm water. This works great on sinks, but can also be used on fridges and other stainless steel appliances, just wipe them with a warm damp cloth until they sparkle.
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