How to Clean your Stainless Steel Appliances

When getting ready to sell your home the number one and easiest thing you can do is clean. And then clean again. Paying close attention the bathrooms and the kitchen. Both have to be immaculate, they really do. And if that stresses you out I’m here to tell you that it doesn’t end there, because now that your house is for sale you need keep your home clean.

In the kitchen this means that all surfaces need to be wiped down for every showing including the appliances. If you have stainless steel appliances you will need to pay close attention to how you clean them. You don’t want to leave behind finger prints, streaks or water spots. And surprisingly enough we see this a lot.

The easiest way to keep your stainless steel appliances clean for showings is to purchase Weiman Stainless Steel Wipes. Trust me when I tell you that they’re a life saver. You can purchase these at Home Depot or Target for less than $4.00.  Keep them under your sink for easy access and before you leave the house give your stainless steel appliances a quick wipe down and without a doubt they will look brand new!

I recently introduced this product to our client. Check out the before and after pictures we took of her stainless steel appliances.

This is the before picture:

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And now the after:

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I’m sure you’ll agree that this product is worth the $4.00 price tag. I mean what a difference! And it’s so easy. All you need to do is wipe and go.

To summarize it doesn’t have to be difficult to keep your stainless steel appliances clean.  All you need is the right product and 2 minutes to make them sparkle. A clean home really does do more than appeal to a buyers sense of aesthetics. It tells them that you have taken care of your home and it’s a wise investment.

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