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Remove any stains from inox

 

You can remove any stains from inox with baby oil! Afterwards you will need to wipe down the surface with a dry cloth!

 

Remove surface grime. Scrub off any pieces of food, grease, and fingerprints from your appliance surface. A wet towel and a mild detergent like dish soap, work well for the initial cleaning of the stainless steel appliances. Only use a few drops of the mild detergent so it doesn’t leave behind a soapy residue while cleaning.

  • If there is dried, stuck-on food, you can try using a nylon scrubbing pad to loosen the food.
  • Do not use steel wool scrubbers of any other kind of cleaning utensil that is not labeled “non-scratch.” Using harsh, abrasive cleaning tools could create costly scratches in the stainless steel surface. This damage may require the repair assistance of a professional.

 

Polish your appliance. Stainless steel can be polished with common, household products like glass cleaner, olive oil, lemon oil, and baby oil. Slightly moisten a rag or a microfiber cloth with your chosen polishing product (a little product goes a long way), and thoroughly wipe the stainless steel surface.

  • Follow the grain of the appliance while polishing. That way, you reduce the risk of making scratches in the stainless steel surface.
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Buff off the excess polish. Use the dry side of the cloth to buff and wipe away any remaining polishing solution. In the end, you want your appliance surface to be dry to the touch.

  • If your appliance still has streaks after you polish it, consider getting a stainless steel cleaner from a hardware store.
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Remove any stains from inox