Removing water spots from stainless steel surfaces.
Hard water can leave deposits on stainless steel, but fortunately these are not difficult to remove. If the stains are very hard, pour some vinegar over it and let it stand for some time. Other wise you can just wet a cloth or tissue with vinegar and wipe the stains away.
If you have heavy deposits on stainless steel, you can use calcium lime rust remover (CLR) diluted in water. You can fill the sink with a solution of CLR and leave the dish rack in it overnight.
Cleaning stainless steel.
You can use dish washing soap or baking soda to clean stainless steel. Do not use steel wool since it can create scratches and also contaminate the surface causing it to rust. You can use a scotchbrite pad to remove stubborn deposits either dry or wet. Make sure you scrub parallel to the brush finish.
Use of cleaners
In rare cases, certain minerals in the water can cause the formation of brown spots on the surface. These are not rust spots, but deposits which can be easily removed if cleaned promptly. The cleaners 'Zud' and "Bar Keepers Friend" are effective in removing these brown spots.
The drain board, dish rack and cutlery holder are dishwasher safe. However, they may not be able to achieve spot free cleaning if you have hard water.
Stainless steel magic
This product is found to be effective in removing water spots, finger prints and giving a glowing finish to the surface.Cleaning cutlery holder
We recommend using a bottle brush to clean inside the compartments of the cutlery holder. Alternatively you can also clean it by spraying with Lysol, letting it sit for 5 min and then rinsing clean.
Cleaning powder coated items
Wipe down with a wet cloth