4 Top Tips for Stainless Steel Cleaning
There are endless stainless steel surfaces that require cleaning. Think surfaces such as benches, serveries, buffet stations, range hoods, elevator doors, and stainless steel appliances such as fridges, microwaves, ovens, dishwashes, coffee machines, kettles toasters, and the list goes on! Whatever your appliance, we can all agree that we like our stainless steel shiny and mark free. 💎
What does Stainless Steel Cleaner clean?
Using a stainless steel cleaner will help with the removal of fingerprints, water spots, spatters, blemishes and sticky deposits, making your surfaces shine with a protective lustre.
If your surface has any heavily soiling or caked on foodstuffs, it's best practice to use a more heavy duty cleaner to preclean and rinse the surface.
2) Spray Lightly
Remember: only a small amount of stainless steel cleaner is required at a time. Dominant Stainless Steel Cleaner contains a refined mineral to leave a protective film on surfaces. Using too much Stainless Steel Cleaner may cause the surface to become oily when touched.
3) Buff with a clean cloth or paper towel
The surface must be wiped with a clean cloth! If the cloth is dirty, the surface will not have a gleaming finish. Buffing in a circular motion will also help to remove finger marks.
4) Do not use on Food Contact Surfaces ⛔
Stainless Steel Cleaner is not suitable for use on food contact surfaces and shouldn't be used on items such as stainless steel trays, bowls, cutlery, or any other surfaces that come into contact with food.
Following these tips will give you the shiniest of stainless steel surfaces, and who wouldn't want that! ✨