How to Clean Stainless Steel With Vinegar

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The water spots, streaks and fingerprints that befoul the look of stainless-steel appliances and sinks can be removed with items you have in your pantry. White vinegar removes any marks or spots, and an olive-oil rubdown will have your stainless steel shining in no time.

Get It Together

Remove the Stains

  • Pour a generous amount of white vinegar on the cloth and use it to wipe down the stainless steel. For maximum cleaning power, rub with the grain of the steel. The grain appears as tiny, fine lines in the metal that run parallel to each other.

Polish It Off

  • Wet another section of the cleaning cloth or a new cloth with olive oil. Polish the stainless steel with the olive oil, using a circular motion at first, then moving with the grain of the stainless steel. Although rubbing oil on your newly cleaned surface seems counter-intuitive, it removes the streaks the vinegar left behind and leaves a nice polish on stainless steel.

Enjoy the Fruits of Your Labor

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