1. Use a cloth: Preferably a microfiber cloth to get rid of water spots in your sink, and give it that shine that stainless steel offers.
2. Dish soap and cloth: Warm water and a drop of dish soap will get the tougher dirt off the stainless steel. Start by adding a few drops of dish soap on the cloth and rubbing it until there's suds on the cloth. After wiping down the area make sure to rinse the surface to prevent stains or spots.
3. Fingerprints: One of the bigger complaints we hear about stainless steel is fingerprints, and they are unavoidable sadly. However, Windex or any window cleaner will do the trick easily to get rid of fingerprints.
4. Stainless steel cleaner: If your appliances do have scratches or stains or you just want to polish the surface, a cleaner product might be the best option. Some of these cleaners help minimize the stains/scratches. Just make sure to test it in an inconspicuous spot before applying to the rest of the surface. Read the directions on the bottle and rinse thoroughly, then dry with a towel.
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Til Next Time,