7 Way to Use Stainless Steel Scrubbers for Cleaner Homes
15-11-2017 | Stainless Steel Scrubbers, Kitchen CleaningAuthor :- Harshita
Stainless Steel Scrubbers are a staple in every home. Those lovely shiny metal balls that come to our rescue when we inevitably forget to set the flame low or turn it off. Let’s agree to blame it on that cliff hanger season finale or the thrilling finish of a nail biting game, something that we all can relate to. These scrubbers have saved many lives, but did you know they come in handy in more ways even outside the sacred doors of the kitchen. Read on to discover the many talents of the multipurpose stainless steel scrubbers in our homes.
1) Cooking utensils: Enough said! Scrub and discover the magic of getting rid of burnt-on food without damaging your hands and soft skin.
2) Cooktops: The spills and stains left after cooking often harden with the heat from the cooking, making it difficult to clean them without scrubbing the cooktop. Pour a little vinegar water mixture (1:1 parts) and let it sit for a few minutes, then gently scrub away the stains using stainless steel scrubber without breaking a sweat.
3) Sinks: Turmeric stains, hard water spots, stains from betel leaf/pan spittle and oily gravy stains are commonplace in many Indian homes. Unfortunately, cleaning these can be a huge pain. That was yesterday. Today, all you have to do is squirt a little liquid cleaner on the stainless steel scrubbers and scrub away those unwanted stains. Remember: Do not use on porcelain and ceramic sinks.
4) Floors: Cleaning those corners and crevices can be difficult. All you need is a toothbrush and a stainless steel scrubber to maintain the shine on those floors.
5) Toilet bowl stains: Don gloves and scrub away the stains, with the help of baking soda and vinegar for the stubborn brown stains with a stainless steel scrubber. It’s that simple!
6) Bathroom scum build up: Be it the shower walls or the tub, over time and with use, a hard scum from hard water, dirt and soap runoff develops. Sometimes this build up is very stubborn, and this is where our beloved stainless steel scrubbers come in handy. All you have to do is use a little baking soda and scrub away the nasty scum.
7) Tools: A stainless steel scrubber is also known to work like magic on garden tools, shop tools and other metallic tools that need a gentle scrubbing for a great shine.
Did we miss anything? If you have any other unique ways to use stainless steel scrubbers, let us know in the comment section below and you might be featured on our website.