Water Based Stainless Steel Cleaner or Home Remedies
For the purpose of space and time I will refer to lemon juice or any food by-product or non-standard product as a home remedy. Don’t use them – your stainless steel is too expensive to try non-sense methods.
Also there are a lot of good stainless steel products out there but just make sure that the stainless steel cleaner you buy isn’t “water based” vs “oil based.” Water based cleaner leaves streaks and is not very effective.
Don’t use paper towels or newspapers (for God’s sake).
Microfiber Towels – Oil based stainless steel cleaner – buffered phosphoric acid
Just to get this out before there is an overreaction – “phosphoric acid” is not “sulfuric acid” where the former is mild and great for stainless steel maintenance – removing soap scum, limescale, rust – etc nearly effortlessly.
After you maintain your stainless steel with phosphoric acid – Foamy Q&A works nicely which both or maid service and janitorial service use – you’ll need to clean (one more time) and polish it with an oil based stainless steel cleaner that also contains citric acid.
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