7 Products Not To Use On Stainless Steel
7 cleaning products you should never use on stainless steel! But of course, Sheila Shine is…
THE ONLY CLEANER YOU WILL EVER NEED!!!
From sinks to stoves to refrigerators and dishwashers, stainless steel is now a mainstay in many of our kitchens. While it looks sharp and modern when squeaky clean, it shows off droplets, dust, and smudges of all kinds much more readily than many other surfaces around your home.
Luckily, it’s relatively quick and easy to wipe stainless steel and make it shine in seconds, especially if you have the proper products at the ready. However, you can potentially shine away your steel’s finish if you use the wrong products, so it’s vital to know the difference.
Read on to learn more about what to use with caution on your stainless steel, plus what to clean with instead.
Before you apply anything to your stainless steel appliances, it’s helpful to get a refresher on your exact model through the product manual or website. Chances are that the manufacturer will mention which cleaning products are ideal as well as which may damage the finish.
As a general rule, however, you should avoid these tools and cleaners on stainless steel, as they may scratch the surface, stain, or dull the finish:
- Harsh abrasives
- Scouring powders
- Steel wool
- Bleach and other chlorine products
- Glass cleaners that contain ammonia
- Tap water, especially if yours tends to be hard water
- Oven cleaners
Most of the above are no brainers but it is amazing the number of people who will use harsh abrasives and chemicals on their stainless steel only to wonder why it created scratches or stripped the shine off. Read the labels and do your research.
For getting your stainless steel super clean, having the right product is all you need. You can discard anything else and stop questioning what to use once you find the correct stainless steel cleaning product. That product is Sheila Shine, and it is the only stainless steel cleaner you will need.
Sheila Shine is the only 3-in-1 stainless steel cleaner on the market. And with over 60 years on the market, we know a thing or two about stainless steel! Sheila Shine not only cleans your stainless steel surfaces, but it also polishes and protects it at the same time. With one product. That’s all you need.
Stainless steel is used on appliances, in restaurants, lobbies, casinos, hotels, etc. because it is a very strong metal that is resistant to corrosion. This doesn’t mean that you can just install it and forget about it. Like everything nice worth having, you must maintain it. Using a good stainless steel cleaner regularly will help keep your stainless steel clean. With Sheila Shine you are not only cleaning the metal, but you are also polishing it and helping to preserve it from future damage.