Maintenance

This gives stainless steel surfaces to shine

It’s easier than you think.

This gives stainless steel surfaces to shine

This gives stainless steel surfaces to shine

UNIVERSALSPRAY: Super efficient, rugged result, but can not be used on surfaces that are in contact with food. Photo: Øivind Lie

This gives stainless steel surfaces to shine

OLIVEN OIL: Effective and non-hazardous substances. Photo: Øivind Lie

This gives stainless steel surfaces to shine

RØDSPRIT: Deep clean, but a little bit of work Photo: Øivind Lie

This gives stainless steel surfaces to shine

EDDIK: Cleans deep, but a bit of a lot of work Photo: Øivind Lie

This gives stainless steel surfaces to shine

BILPOLISH: Much job and wrong smell Photo: Øivind Lie

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Have you upgraded your kitchen to a more modern style, you are probably surrounded by stainless surfaces, or brushed special steel as it is called in the language of the profession.

This is a type of surface that something misunderstood is referred to as maintenance-free.

It must of course be cleaned like everything else in the kitchen.

What you soon notice is that washing it with soap and water makes it clean, but shielded.

There are special items you can buy, we have not tried.

We have based on what you probably have in the kitchen or in the store.

Expert’s Favorite

– Universal Spray is our favorite, says Jonas Axelsson, a seller at Landmann Grills.

They’ve been testing to find what’s really good when cleaning the stainless steel surfaces on the grill.

Do not do this

Axelsson also provides two tips for what you can not do:

Never use steel wool to clean stainless steel. It leaves small iron particles that start to rust on the surface.

– If you are going to clean with sponge, polish or the like, you must do it in the same direction as the steel is brushed in, otherwise you will find transverse stripes.

This has been tested:

Universal Spray

By far the most efficient and fastest method. Use nonwoven paper.

Provides a shiny and protective film.

Do not use on surfaces that are in contact with food.

Food oil

We must admit that we did not believe in this, but it was surprisingly efficient and easy.

Use dry paper that is not loose, just rub it out.

This is one of the fastest methods and you can use it on surfaces that come in contact with food .

Red Sprinkle

This gives a proper deep clean. Use nonwoven paper.

If you have to remove all the shields, you must wash several times until the paper is free from dirt.

It will be completely clean and grease free.

A little bit of work and you do not get a protective surface.

Also, be aware that red sprout can solve marking and text on the surface.

Vinegar

Same effect as red sprouts, but a little more efficient and less effective method.

You also avoid red sprouting art.

Car polishing

Have you polished a car, you know it’s a bit of work, but the surface is fine and you get a protective handle.

Pills in the same direction as the steel is brushed in.

The disadvantage is that there is a smell in the car shop in the kitchen afterwards and we assume you can not use it on surfaces that come into contact with food.

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