I clean fryers in restaurants.We use a food grade spray cleaner to remove all stains. Sometimes we lightly sand with an abrasive to remove anything stuborn. One fryer ,the same one every week has a dark burn stain at the oil level line only, that is now impossible to remove. This partcular franchise has the same frying menu as others I do, yet I have this problem with this 1 fryer only,out of 100s I clean.
I think there is something different, an impurity in the metal. The fryer says stainles, but it is a very dull finish
Your thoughts please
Manufactures are constantly changing the properties in the stainless steel. They are dropping the nickel and alloy contents that they used to use, that's where the dull finish is coming from !
All manufactures are changing there materials to compete in this industry. These units may have been manufactured at diferent times.
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It depends what the stain is. Concrete is porous and like clothing, some stains are permanently set. Detergents remove oils. Surfectants take it a step further. Acid removes scale. Cat litter can soak up standing oil. Once clean to satisfaction, seal the concrete to help prevent future staining.
Mr. Muscle Commercial oven cleaner, a good brush, a stainless steel scrubbie. Boil out the pot in accordance with Mr. Muscle directions. If all else fails, find "SWELL" oven cleaner in Restaurant supply, use rubber gloves. Spray on, let sit, Use brush and Scrubbie to remove. RINSE WELL!
Rinse after every use. Sanatize with Bleach once a month. Use a soft cloth or sponge and liquid soap to remove residue. Scratches can be buffed and polished with a liquid based auto polish to maintain High Gloss finish. Do not use abrasive cleaners which will dull the finish. If you have used the sink in a non-normal usage and stained it, it can not be repaired under most circumstances. If you have not voided the warranty, you may be eligible for a replacement from the company.
depends on what material is stained..
Aluminium stains can be very tricky to get clean if not impossible...some cleaners will also cause a orange/reddish stain wich will not come out unless you use some harsh chemicals to get them out. problem is it's hard to get to those chemicals.
IF you happen to have a truck wash nearby where they wash the big trucks (18 wheelers)take your parts there and tell them to use some brightener on it , it's a chemical that really cleans aluminium.it may cost you a little bit of money but that stuff really works and i haven't been able to find that stuff for private sale anywhere.
the number 2 reasons for stains on the bike are :
1) waiting to long to wash the bike , some types of sand/mud especially the red dirt we have down south here will stain a bike if you leave it on the bike , not only that it dries as hard as concrete and is very difficult to remove , so was your bike ASAP.
2) washing chemicals. Some chemicals / soaps when they are left too long on aluminium will leave stains as it reacts with the aluminium , these stains are almost impossible to get out.
I used Mr. Clean multi-surface and the green, back side of the sponge. Turned on a light to show visible stains better, and scrubbed away. It didn't scratch the glass and got it out quick. Hope this helps.
Microwave - Cleaning Recommendations
To minimize the possibility of electric shock, unplug the microwave from the power supply before attempting any maintenance or cleaning.
Spills and spatters clean up easily with a damp, soapy paper towel or sponge. It is best to clean soil as soon as it appears. Baking soda and water may also be used.
If the food has cooked onto the interior, heat one cup of water on full power for three minutes. The heat and steam help to soften the food. After the three minutes, allow five additional minutes stand time then clean as usual. A non-abrasive scrubbing pad cleaner works well for stubborn stains.
You may use mild dish washing liquid or cleaners specifically listed for cleaning interiors of microwave ovens such as MicroBryte® (wx10x3030) or Microwave Oven Magic®. We do not recommend using other detergent based cleaners because they can cause the plastic parts to crack. You may purchase microwave interior cleaner by calling our parts department at 1-800-626-2002, on-line from GE Parts or from your local grocer.
For stainless steel interiors of microwave/convection models, we recommend a plastic, soap-filled scouring pad. Rubbing gently with this pad will help remove soil.
For the door surfaces (both interior and exterior) We recommend you use only mild, non-abrasive soaps, or detergents applied with a sponge, or soft cloth.
For the control panel Wipe with a soft, damp cloth. Dry immediately with a soft cloth. Do not spray any solution directly onto the controls
Important: Commercial Oven Cleaners, abrasive cleaners, or cleaners containing ammonia or bleach (can make the plastic brittle) should not be used on any part of the microwave.
From me - Maybe local restaurants in your area would have some tips? Otherwise, try a Google search for keywords: cleaning stainless steel oven