Keeping Stains off Stainless - One of the great things is that stainless steel is nonporous and not as susceptible to wear and tear during daily use, but sometimes rust or stains can happen. It's important to keep harsh cleaners off of the surface, as well as wire brushes. This can cause the susceptability to increase tenfold.
Go with the Grain - Just like painting or staining wood, you should always go with the grain. This is also true with cleaning or polishing stainless steel; you should rub with the direction of the grain.
Better with Age - Like fine wines, the cleanliness of stainless steel increases as it becomes less new. The fingerprints become less noticeable. Newer finishes are also coming out with time.
Things to Avoid - Harsh cleansers that contain bleach or chloride can be harmful. Using other items like vinegar, baking soda, alcoholic solvents, and stainless steel cleansers are your best options.
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