How to Clean the Frame of Brushed Steel Bar Stools

How to Clean the Frame of Brushed Steel Bar Stools

Brushed steel bar stools can be hard to clean

If you've ever owned anything made out of brushed steel, you'll know how hard it is to clean. From ovens to fridges, there are many appliances in the kitchen which come in this contemporary and sleek-looking material. And they can all be left with streaks and unsightly smears. However, today we're going to get to the bottom of this problem. Here's our guide to effectively cleaning brushed steel bar stools.

How to clean a brushed steel frame

What you'll need:
  • Baby oil
  • Olive oil if baby oil isn't available
  • Microfibre cloth
  • Glass cleaner
  • Damp cloth
  • Universal cleaning spray
To start with, you can use a universal cleaning spray or glass cleaner with a damp cloth or kitchen towel. This will be useful if you need to get rid of any unsightly food stains or dirty marks. This method is just fine in the cleaning sense but is likely to leave smears. Once you've gotten rid of any actual dirt, it's time to banish the smears and streaks! Next, the baby oil will come in very handy. As we mentioned before, olive oil is a good substitute. Add a small amount of your chosen oil-based product to a microfibre cloth. Use the cloth to rub in circular motions all over the steel frame of your bar stool. The baby oil is miraculous at polishing up steel and it won't leave streaks either! Olive oil does work well, but baby oil has a nicer smell. If this is something that will bother you, make sure you stock up on the baby oil if you ever invest in brushed steel bar stools.