Stainless steel is known for its ability to resist corrosion and rust, which makes it a popular choice for kitchen
appliances. However, stainless steel can still collect dust, dirt, and grime… but it responds well to
cleaning… as long as you use the right products and techniques.
Never use chlorine bleach, oven cleaners, steel wool or abrasive cleaners on stainless steel. Warm water and
a cloth are really all you will need for routine cleaning. Spray… then dry with a towel or cloth to prevent water
Mild dish soap in warm water can also be used for cleaning that needs more power and will do a great job
without damaging your stainless steel.
Fingerprints are one of the biggest complaints about stainless steel, but you can take care of them by using
glass cleaner or household ammonia. Again, just spray, then dry by rubbing a cloth in a circular motion to
remove the fingerprints.
If you have any scratches on the surface or stains that are difficult to remove, a stainless steel cleaner can also
be a good option.