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Thursday, August 11, 2011

Kitchen Quick Tips - Stainless Steel

kitchen quick tips
Buff your stainless steel cookware and other stainless steel kitchen items to a sparkly finish by wiping with a soft cloth dipped in rubbing alcohol.

5 food lovers commented:

LindaG said...

Do you have to wash it before using it then?
I've never heard of using rubbing alcohol on dishes.

Hope you're both doing well. ♥

Garden Gnome said...

Yes, wash and dry as you would normally then you the rubbing alcohol to bring stainless to a sparkly shine.

LindaG said...

Sorry to be dense, but does the rubbing alcohol evaporate? Or do you have to wash the dishes before you eat?

Hope you and your hubby have a blessed weekend!

Garden Gnome said...

Hi Linda, and no problem. The alcohol evapourates off AND sanitizes AND shines. It is a great tool in the kitchen to the point I use rubbing alcohol on my countertop and most kitchen surfaces.

LindaG said...

That is really great to know, GG. Thanks again! :)