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reflecting, sleek and stylish in its appearance, stainless steel dominates the
world of interior design and décor, particularly in kitchens and bathrooms
where it’s durability and resistance to corrosion and rust make it ideal for
finishes and fixtures.

How to rejuvenate stainless steel

As a heavy
duty material, stainless steel is commonly chosen for interior components where
physical contact is high and often, such as taps, sinks, appliances and handles
on bathroom units and kitchen cabinet doors. However, contrary to its name, stainless steel is renowned for
being a nuisance to keep clean and looking pristine.

Marked and
dull-looking stainless steel can hinder people’s enjoyment of their kitchens
and bathrooms, spaces in a home that many people regard as a place of escapism
and relaxation. Our quick
and easy tips on how to rejuvenate stainless steel are a sure-fire way to
remedy the love lost between you and it, and re-establish its sparkle in your

Polishing –
In most cases, a quick rub-down with a dry towel or cloth is enough to spruce
up any stainless steel ornament or appliance and remove from it any lingering
waters spots or pesky finger prints. Where dust is an issue, we suggest using a
microfiber cloth that is guaranteed to lift dust without causing damage and
scratches. Alternatively, kitchen and toilet roll work wonders for buffing
stainless steel and are readily available in we hope, all homes.

Cleaning – Where
more heavy-duty cleaning is required, a gentle washing-up liquid mixed with
warm water is enough cut through dirt and grime. Once you’ve wiped down the
surface area of your stainless steel using your soap/water formula, complete
your cleaning using the polishing method as previously mentioned to leave your
stainless steel gleaming.

scratches – There are products available on the domestic-cleaning market
specifically designed to reduce and minimise the appearance of scratches on
stainless steel. It’s important to draw your attention to a number of
precautions we advise you to take when considering the use of stainless steel
cleaning and damage-repair products.

check that the contents of the product is chlorine-free; chlorine is an abrasive
and can cause staining. Secondly, test your product of choice on an unobtrusive
area of your stainless steel. That way, if any damage is caused, other members
of your household and visitors will be none the wiser, and what they don’t know
can’t hurt them.