Stainless steel is a metal alloy with the unique ability to resist corrosion. It is made up of iron, chromium, nickel, and other elements that are mixed into it.
Stainless steel doesn’t rust because the metal has an oxide coating. This coating provides protection against the corrosive materials in the air and water that would normally cause regular steel to corrode.
The more common way to clean stainless steel is to use a mild dish soap and warm water, this will get the majority of the dirt off. When you are washing it make sure to avoid any food particles that may get on your stainless steel.
Another way is to use vinegar and salt for a more powerful cleanse, the same advice from the first go around still applies. When you are done cleaning wipe dry with a microfiber cloth.
Stainless steel can be very susceptible to scratching, this is why it is recommended that you use a towel or something other than your fingers when you clean and dry it off.
To prevent scratches and to keep your stainless steel looking new and shiny the best thing would be to avoid using metallic or harsh cleaners.
To avoid scratching it is best to use a microfiber cloth, this will not damage the surface of your stainless steel.
When you are cleaning make sure that you do not leave water stains on your product either.
Even though these directions seem like a lot there really is no other way to maintain your stainless steel except through constant cleaning and drying, stainless steel is very porous.
So this is how to clean Stainless Steel.
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