Stainless Steel Cleaning – Using House-hold Staples

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Ordinary house-hold staples, serve as, extraordinary cleaning options for Stainless Steel kitchen attractions.  Instantly refresh your cooking space, evoking a feeling of bright brilliance; adding light & reflection to your area.  Save money, and time, by exploring the multiple uses of these house-hold staples:

 

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Baking Soda:

Shine-up, the inside, of your stainless steel or aluminum sink.  Rub a liberal amount of baking soda, in a circular motion, in the inside surface with a damp sponge.  Wipe sink, additionally, with a water sponge to remove excess baking soda.

Club Soda:

A terrific way to clean stainless steel sinks, dishwashers, ranges, and other kitchen appliances is using Club Soda.  For just under $2.00 it’s a cost effective, and easy solution, to shine-up the steel.  NOTE:  Add a little flour for stubborn stains; open, Club Soda container slowly, to avoid spills.

70% Rubbing Alcohol:

In a circular motion, squeeze an ample amount of alcohol on a sponge, or paper towel, and wipe.  Your faucet, sink and other stainless steel will soon be sparkling again.  NOTE:  We recommend using 70% rubbing alcohol, or higher, for better results.

White Vinegar:

Use a small amount of white vinegar to rub water spots out of your sink.  It can also be used, as a general stainless steel cleaner; just add water to vinegar for an optional cleaning solution.

The tips, in this post, are purely our view point and there is no guarantee on your returns. Hence all the visitors are requested to apply their prudence and conduct a sample test before acting on any of the recommendations by this blog or any of its mode. Neither Haley’s Flooring nor any of its partners, members, or employees hold any responsibility of any losses incurred (if any) by acting on the recommendations.
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