I can not use all sterling silver, stainless steel or gold earrings (24K, yes), painless and accompanied by sweating. I use nickel-free earrings and have no problems except for the smell that collects gross in my earrings and piercing holes / brackets. I clean my ears and earrings and let them soak in H2O2, but the smell is Always Return. So when I leave my earrings, very often there is stuff stuck in my black hole drilling (I'm able to go out in general). Anything that is a similar experience? My other problem is that I recently developed a sensitivity to a high quality watch Strap-like (silver plated copper, I was told by a jeweler) that I used for at least the last 4 years. Think clear nail polish around the inside of the band will do?
Its crazy because I have the same problem! I'm the only one … regarding issue clear nail polish, my dermatologist told me the same thing, needless to say it works. As for the earrings I need help too.
I am a professional housekeeper and yet I am stumped on this one. My clients have all the appliances stainless steel. I went to clean them with Windex, and I noticed that little fat stood out. They were using a stainless steel cleaner that is oil based, so I guess that's what stood out. After removing (or tried) the accumulation I reapplied even cleaner. Ive tried all sorts of cleaning, polishing, etc. and some custom marks come off, but in any If he is looking worse the more I try, fingerprints, Food, water marks, etc. It seems cleaners and oil-based polishes do the better, but develop over time. advice? Angie
I used to work at an appliance manufacturer and sellers swore by microfiber cloths. I tried it myself and they work very well on stainless steel. They can not remove fat, but for fingerprints, they work like a charm. Just add a little water on the cloth, wipe with the grain.
Housecleaning Tips : How to Clean Stainless Steel Jewelry
I have lots of stainless steel appliances that need major cleaning. What is the best cleaner or home remedy?
All my small appliances are stainless steel and they all have spots on them. I have tried various cleaning products, but nothing seems to work. What is the best home remedy cleaner or who work for this? I would like for them to look like new. Thank you!
Stainless steel appliances look best when they are clean and bright. To clean tough stains and cooking grease, and give them a dazzling shine, try as you would detergent when washing dishes. A formulated to remove grease works Get involved mainly works as well for general cooking cleaning.Waterless hand soap also works great as a Pole, just rub on, and Polish – no rinsing …
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