It is very important to get into good cleaning habits with your kitchen appliances as this ensures your appliances are working in top shape.
Before attempting to start cleaning your stainless steel or cooking appliances, make sure to shut off gas and electricity and that all parts are cool before cleaning.
Stainless Steel Items
Clean surface with soap and hot water immediately after each use.
Rinse with clean water. Dry with soft cloth to avoid spotting.
Use non-abrasive multi-purpose cream cleaner for stubborn dirt or grease.
Towel dry your sink after each use as depending on the concentration of minerals, which can leave either brown surface stains, which looks like rust or white film. This can be avoided by towel drying your sink after each use and cleaning it at least once a week.
Do not use bleach products on stainless steel. Check your cleaning products that they do not have bleach in them.
Do not use abrasive cleaners or wire wool pads on stainless steel. Permanent scratches will result.
Stainless steel, like wood, has a grain. When cleaning, go with the grain which ensures effective cleaning and avoids scratches.
Use lemon oil on a soft cloth and run the surface of your stainless steel to keep it all nice and shiny.
Other Cooking Appliances.
Use a scouring pad in a sink full of warm, soapy water to clean enamelled gas burners. Only use the scouring pad on enamelled material and avoid using any near by stainless steel cooking areas.
Use a mild detergent and clean cloth/sponge to clean glass. Do not use strong chemical cleaners or abrasive pads on glass.
Clean range wood with warm water and dishwashing liquid.
DISCLAIMER* This advice is general in nature and we highly recommend that you consult the product manual and where relevant, a professional installer.