WATCH Video How to Clean Your Stainless Steel Stove Top with No Nasty Chemicals
You will want to Watch this Video How to Clean Your Stainless Steel Stove Top with No Nasty Chemicals. There are a variety of ways you can tackle a grimy stainless steel stove that has cooked on stains that are difficult to remove. For starters you can use an oven or grill cleaner, there are also special sponges and more. One all natural stove cleaning tips you might try is using the Cleaning Paste from Norwex. This cleaning paste has all sorts of good ingredients to include coconut oil. To use it is recommended you use one of their cleaning cloths, the gray one preferably. So you put some of the paste on the cleaning cloth and start to scrub away. You will want to use a bit of water on the cloth with the cleaning paste, and it works at scrubbing away the grease, just like magic. The Norwex cleaning cloth also works pretty well just on it's own, for less grimy areas on your stove. You do need to be careful where you use the cleaning paste as it is abrasive, so you want to avoid any areas that are prone to scratching. There are a variety of different cloths from the company that you can use, some which work fine on their own to help get your stove looking like new again.
Microfiber cloths are a good option when it comes to how to clean stoves as they are environmentally friendly. Microfiber cloths may also help reduce the consumption of cleaning chemicals in your home up to 90 percent while at the same time reducing your exposure to toxic fumes from toxic cleaning products. This can make a big difference for people who have allergies and chemical sensitivities. Microfibre cloths are very durable and long lasting, and can withstand everyday use of a wide variety of cleaning projects. Another way to clean your stainless steel cooktop is to use baking soda. It's important to remember that stainless cooktops can scratch easily, so you want to avoid using standard abrasive cleaners and scrub pads that might make the stovetop look worse. Cleaning items found around the house can be used to remove most stains and discolorations on a stainless cooktop. You can pour a little baking soda over the stain on the stovetop, followed by a small amount of vinegar, which will bubble up. You want to rub the baking soda mixture first with a soft cloth, then with a plastic scrub pad if the cloth doesn't remove the dirt and grime. Follow the grain of the stainless steel as you scrub to avoid scratching the surface. Wipe the stovetop surface with a clean damp paper towel, following the grain of the steel.
It's always good to do a small test spot to make sure the baking soda is not scratching, as baking soda is a mild abrasive. Baking soda is effective at removing stains, and it can also be used as a mild scouring tool for pots, pans, and sinks. Baking soda can neutralize acid and soften hard water. Baking soda is just one of the nontoxic cleaners that can be used as a deodorizer around the house when used in the refrigerator, for smelly carpets, on upholstery, on vinyl and when used in drains. This is just one of the stove cleaning tips you will find on the "Sustainable Suburbia" Youtube channel. You will find plenty of other step by step video tutorials by Kristen McCulloch as she teaches how to clean all sorts of things from cleaning stoves, and other areas of the house with Norwex products. *
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