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How To Polish Stainless Steel
Stainless steel is highly durable and hence is a popular choice for kitchen utensils such as pans, cooking pots, spoons, etc. However one big disadvantage with stainless steel is that over time it tends to lose its luster.
Water stains also contribute to making stainless steel utensils looking dull. However, there are easy and in-expensive ways using which you can polish your stainless steel utensils and make them shine like they were new. This article has step-by-step instructions on how you can polish stainless steel.
- One way to polish stainless steel utensils to make them shiny is to clean them with vinegar. This age-old home remedy works very effectively to remove the stains from stainless steel. Use a soft cloth dipped in vinegar to gently wipe your stainless steel utensils.
- Another effective home remedy to polish stainless steel is to use a solution of baking soda and water. Make a paste of baking soda with warm water and gently rub this paste on your steel utensils. Then, rinse the utensils with water and dry them with a clean soft cloth. This will not only make your stainless steel utensils shine like a mirror, but will also eliminate odor from the utensils.
- Sometimes using just plain warm water to wipe stainless steel utensils can get rid of the stains and dirty spots. However, be sure to wipe the stainless steel completely dry so that there will be no water stains.
- A combination of water and mild detergent such as dish cleaning liquid should be sufficient to clean mildly stained steel utensils. The stainless steel must dried thoroughly with a soft cloth after washing with detergent and water.
- Glass cleaner or house-hold ammonia works well to clean and polish stainless steel. Spray any glass cleaner such as Windex or house-hold ammonia used for cleaning over stainless steel utensils and then rinse thoroughly with water. Ensure you rinse the steel utensils very well after using a glass cleaner and dry them with a clean soft cloth.
- If your stainless steel utensils is looking very dull and has scratch marks on it consider using a specialized stainless steel cleaner.