Cleaning stainless steel surfaces is easy with grandma’s below tips.
Refrigerator, washer, dryer, cooking surface, oven, microwave, sink and some of the stainless steel utensils can be cleaned using below tips.
- Cotton fabric: Use soft cloth made of 100 percent cotton. After rinsing in water, use cotton to wipe the surface.
- Lime and salt: Sprinkle some salt and use half lime to scrub the salt into stainless steel. Wash and wipe off using clean rag.
- Baking soda and water: Scrub the food away using baking soda and warm water.
- KISS method: Keep it simple stupid, means use warm water and gentle dish soap and clean stainless steel. Rinse using water and wipe off water with clean fabric
- Vinegar and olive oil: To remove fingerprints from stainless steel refrigerator and microwave, spray vinegar and set it for couple of minutes. Wipe vinegar and buff with olive oil.
- Use flour: This method is little messy. To remove haziness from stainless steel use flour. After washing and cleaning with water and soup, coat surface with a layer of flour and allow it to dry. Use soft cloth and buff away any marks to get shining surface
- White vinegar: Spray vinegar liberally on fridge surface and wipe off liquid using clean, dry cloth in one direction.
- Orange peel: Once a week, polish the surface using orange peel. Essential oil present in the orange peel gives fresh, clean surface on stainless steel. Fresher the orange peel, better it works!
- Lemon oil: Use few drops of lemon oil – put few drops of on clean cloth and rub it on the surface to good shine
- Go with grain – Like wood, stainless steel equipment will also have grain surface. Always wipe along the grain.
- To remove water spots: Warm white vinegar and soak a towel in vinegar. Place this warm towel on water spots for few minutes and wipe using clean cloth.
- Clean and wipe the stainless surface two to three times a week. It will help to keep away fingerprints, grease and dirt.
- While cleaning do not use abrasive cleaners and sponges as they might scratch the surface.
- Do not use any chlorine based cleaners as it will damage surface
Grandma’s tips: Healthylife.werindia.com
Published by: HealthyLife | Posted on: February 7, 2018