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Caring for Stainless Steel Surfaces
Caring for Stainless Steel Wine Cellar Doors

Regularly caring for your stainless steel Wine Cellar Doors is a must!

Your wine cellar’s stainless steel doors will look stunning when regularly polished and cared for. However, stainless steel surfaces by nature will show greasy finger prints very easily. In addition dust can accumulate on the resulting slightly sticky areas ultimately making the doors look streaky and dull.

Regularly caring for your stainless steel surfaces is a must to maintain their appearance and beautiful luster. Streaky and smeary stainless steel surfaces stand out and look dreadful very quickly and will spoil the look of your wine room.

This is true for any stainless steel surface in your home.

Fortunately maintaining great looking stainless steel surfaces is easy with just a little regular effort.

Stainless steel cleaning tips for a brilliant, sparkling luster and streak-free shine

Care Stainless Steel Doors for Wine CellarsWe recommend using a high quality non-abrasive stainless steel cleaner.

Stainless steel cleaners featuring a blend of oil and silicons are the best choice for ultimate shine and protection against fingerprints.

Avoid using products with abrasives in them or applying abrasive materials such as powders with scouring pads and brushes.

Wipe the cleaner in the direction of the natural metal grain. This will aid in cleaning the microscopic grooves inherent to most stainless steel finishes. This is where dust and dirt often gets trapped.

Clean the surfaces regularly, avoid occasional, aggressive cleaning sessions.

If you find your stainless steel surface has accumulated a hardened residue, soak the area with hot water for a few minutes first to loosen the residue, then clean with Weiman Stainless Steel Cleaner & Polish.

Avoid using glass cleaners, all-purpose cleaners and aggressive chemicals like chlorine and hydrochloric acid.

Always use a paper towel or microfiber cloth to clean stainless steel.

After cleaning, buff with a soft, clean, dry cloth to remove any residue that may be left on the surface.

Be sure to completely dry the surface after cleaning. This will help to prevent spotting and streaking.