Stainless steel is all the rage for kitchen appliances and decor, and is still a prime choice for high-end cookware. But a wet rag won't always take the goo off, and often leaves streaks and dark spots. Here are several inexpensive, natural ways to clean the material using household products.
- The gentlest method of cleaning stainless steel is to simply wipe the surface with hot water and a soft, clean cloth.
- If plain water leaves behind some dirt or grease, try adding a gentle detergent to the water.
- Grease can be dissolved with rubbing alcohol on a soft cloth.
- Stubborn or burnt-on stains can be scrubbed off with a soft cloth and a paste of baking soda and water.
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