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How To Clean Stainless Steel Using Baby Oil

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In the past I never owned anything on the stainless steel level. When My Man J and I originally purchased appliances, we decided on black because we got an amazing deal and because it looks nice. Now, however, we have a whole set of stainless steel appliances and 2 kiddos that love to put their hands ALL over them. I never had to do anything other than a quick wipe down to clean my appliances before. But with these bad boys I had NO idea what to do and needed to find some cleaning tips. And now I’ve discovered the best way to clean stainless steel. Read on for some easy cleaning tips!

DIY how to clean stainless steel using baby oil.

How To Clean Stainless Steel Using Baby Oil

One day I had had enough of the smudges and smears. I heard that it’s possible to use baby oil to clean stainless steel so I decided to give it a try. Now was the time to work out those stainless steel smudges! I prepared myself to really work up a sweat. To my surprise, and total delight, I didn’t have to do either. It was so easy!

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Before (brace yourself):

Clean stainless steel smudges and fingerprints.

 

Using Baby Oil To Clean Stainless Steel

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You’ll need:

Baby oil bottle and old rag to clean stainless steel appliances.

 

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What you’ll do:

1). Clean off all the gunk that might’ve built up with the soapy sponge. I don’t know how it happens but jelly/ jam gets smeared everywhere. I feel like Luke Danes!

 

Gilmore Girls Luke Danes jam hands quote.

 

2). Poor a small amount of oil on the rag/ t-shirt/ smudge killer cloth!

 

3). Wipe WITH THE GRAIN. Steel has a grain just like wood. Wipe with the grain. I started from the top and worked my way down.

Cleaning a dishwasher with baby oil.

4). Repeat steps 2 & 3 as needed until you have a beautiful, smudge free appliance staring back at you!

After:

Best way to clean stainless steel dishwasher.

It’s easy to clean those stainless steel smudges the dandy way!

Seriously guys, I can’t believe how easy this was! I’m actually looking forward to having to do this again. They’re so pretty and I’m not horribly embarrassed when company comes over.

I hope you’re having a fantastic start to your weekend!

-Jami

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