How to Polish Stainless Steel
May 6, 2019
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Polish any kind of stainless steel item around your home in a jiffy. Read this information to get the detailed instructions.
Polish the Watch
Take a soft cloth to wipe the watch properly. Doing so will take away any dirt particles off before you start polishing it.
On a clean washcloth, apply some window cleaner or vinegar, and wipe the watch.
Next, take the polishing paste and apply directly over the watch.
With circular movements, polish the watch with the same washcloth.
Wipe the paste off with another clean washcloth, and rinse the band underneath water; make sure that you don't get water inside the dial.
In the end, you will apply some olive oil, and again polish the watch in circular movements.
Use a clean washcloth to wipe the band one last time.
Polish the Kitchen Sink
While polishing and cleaning a sink, remember that the best thing to use is baking soda.
First of all, clear out your sink and rinse it properly with water.
Next, take baking soda and sprinkle it around the sink; don't forget the sides.
Leave the baking soda in the sink for about 10 minutes (watch television in the meantime).
Once you return, take a small damp sponge, and start scrubbing the kitchen sink.
Apply circular movements as you scrub the sink properly.
As for the crevices, use an old toothbrush to clean it properly.
Turn the faucet on and thoroughly clean the sink with clean water.
Now you will apply a little bit of olive oil and rub it in the sink with a soft washcloth.
In the end, wipe the extra olive oil with a clean washcloth.
And finally, you will rub some vinegar around the sink using a washcloth to polish it.
Polish the Exhaust
While polishing the exhaust pipe, you will require a small sponge brush, store-bought cleaner and polish, and a washcloth.
Make sure the exhaust pipe of your car is cool before you start polishing it.
Use the cleaner to clean the outside the exhaust pipe first.
Make sure there is no oil or dirt residue on the exhaust pipe before you begin polishing.
Apply the polish on a washcloth and in circular movements, rub it over the pipe. For hard to reach places, use a toothbrush.
Wipe the extra polish with a clean washcloth, and wait half an hour for the polish to dry.
Polish Small/Big Appliances
Mix equal parts of vinegar and water together to clean the appliances first.
Next, soak a washcloth in the same mixture and wipe the appliances properly.
If there are any scratches on the appliances, use sandpaper to remove it (use small, soft strokes in one direction).
After sanding, again use the water-vinegar mixture to rub the appliances properly.
Dry the appliances and wipe it properly to get the shine.
Polish the Flatware
First of all, we will rinse the flatware in hot water; you should be doing so after every use to keep the original shine.
In a plastic bucket, add detergent with hot water, dissolve it properly, and add the flatware.
Let the flatware soak in hot detergent water for 10 minutes.
Prepare another bucket of clean water. Use a soft sponge to scrub the flatware.
Place the flatware in clean water, wipe it completely, and keep on one side to dry properly.
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