Steel wool scrubbers
- Clean out your spray bottle with warm water
- Add white vinegar to spray bottle
- Spray dirty stainless steel
- Wipe down with microfiber cloth
- Add a dollop of olive oil to the cloth
- Wipe down cloth in the direction of the stainless steel grain.
- Pre-clean: Add a little dish soap to warm water in a bucket, wipe down Stainless steel surface with a dishcloth.
- Mild Scrub: Add a light coat of baking soda to the wet surface. Then add some vinegar to a nylon scrubbie or brush and scrub gently in the direction of the grain.
- Rinse: Wash down the stainless steel thoroughly with a clean and damp dishcloth.
- Drying: Thoroughly dry the countertop with a dish towel, paper towel, or microfiber cloth in the direction of the grain to prevent streaking.
- Polishing: Like the other steps it is important to clean in the direction of the grain. Add a small amount of mineral or olive oil to a clean cloth or paper towel. Buff away the excess with a dry and clean cloth. Try to avoid skin contact with the stainless steel to prevent fingerprints. Now your stainless steel should shine with opulence.
- Fill your burnt pot with water and place it on top of a burner.
- Turn on the heat, bring the water to a boil, and let it sit for 15-20 minutes.
- Once the time has passed, the brown and black staining should appear to have loosened. See if it is by scrubbing the burnt area with a wood spoon.
- Turn off the flame and pour out the water into your sink.
- Let the bot cool down, but not back down to room temp. Place a generous coat of baking soda throughout your pot.
- Scrub the pot with a mesh cloth. Don’t be afraid to put some elbow grease into it.
- Rinse thoroughly with warm and repeat step 5 or 6 if need be.