Walk into any kitchen and you’re bound to find stainless steel surfaces gleaming back at you. Why? Well, as the name suggests – ‘stainless’ steel is designed to be durable, rust-resistant, and mark-free. It’s an excellent conductor of heat too, which is why we use it for cookers, saucepans, and cutlery.
Stainless steel surfaces do still get dirty, of course, and that grime can actually compromise their stain-resistant super powers. Don’t have any idea how to clean a stainless steel fridge? Well, we’ve put together the guide below to help you keep your kitchen clean and your stainless steel surfaces gleaming too.
Always wear rubber gloves, protect your clothes, and read manufacturers’ instruction manuals before you start cleaning. Avoid using harsh chemicals like bleach or abrasive scrubbing sponges and wire wool, as these can damage and scratch stainless steel. And always test a product on an inconspicuous area before widespread use.