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mitchell_parker
Mitchell Parker added this to The Ultimate Guide to a Sparkling Clean Kitchen4 Jan 2019

Stainless steelStainless steel appliances continue to be the norm in most kitchens. While its name implies a certain built-in cleanliness, steel surfaces, including countertops, are still prone to rust and stains. How often Daily.Use soft sponges and microfiber cloths to wipe steel surfaces. Avoid steel scouring pads, which can scratch surfaces. For tough spots, use plastic scrubbing pads. For brushed or polished steel surfaces, always wipe and scrub with the grain direction. Use diluted vinegar, baking soda, alcoholic solvents and chloride-free glass sprays elsewhere.Here’s how to let your kitchen sizzle with steel

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thomas_budd46
Thomas Budd added this to Cottage5 days ago

Mix of Stainless/Butcher Block Countertops Maybe?

drsallywang
drsallywang added this to Kitchen ideas17 Nov 2019

Stainless steel countertops in white kitchen

matthew_l_hill
matthew_l_hill added this to Asheville home12 Nov 2019

Possibly make the part with the sink stainless steel? And the rest, Jurassic

janeshiad
janeshiad added this to janeshiad's ideas7 Nov 2019

The white with stainless steel countertop

65petitrouge
Bernadette Nicholson added this to Remodel Ideas4 Nov 2019

Use soft sponges and microfiber cloths to wipe steel surfaces. Avoid steel scouring pads, which can scratch surfaces. For tough spots, use plastic scrubbing pads. For brushed or polished steel surfaces, always wipe and scrub with the grain direction. Use CLR for any hard-water stains, and diluted vinegar, baking soda, alcoholic solvents and chloride-free glass sprays elsewhere.

65petitrouge
Bernadette Nicholson added this to Wish List4 Nov 2019

Stainless steel appliances continue to be the norm in most kitchens. While its name implies a certain built-in cleanliness, steel surfaces, including countertops, are still prone to rust and stains.

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HU-668804912 added this to KITCHEN13 Oct 2019

Easy-care surfaces. Marble counters are gorgeous, but they stain — and it’s not fun to be constantly reminding (read: nagging) others to wipe up spills immediately. Avoid tile, or if you must have tile, choose forgiving dark grout rather than white. Stainless steel, Corian and engineered quartz are great tough countertop materials; butcher block is great too, if you can embrace the inevitable scratches as part of the charm. Classic linoleum and Marmoleum floors are easy to maintain; wood is fairly easy too, although spills should be wiped up right away.

porterbasura
porterbasura added this to Kitchen29 Jul 2019

stainless - notes say they had them "sanded or scratched up to not show scratches"

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