Handyman Connection of Matthews and True Clean: Your Source for Professional Power Washing Services

Introducing Handyman Connection of Matthews’ Partnership with GoTrueClean

Handyman Connection of Matthews is excited to announce a new collaboration with our sister company, GoTrueClean, specializing in professional power washing services in the Matthews and Charlotte, NC, area. With GoTrueClean’s expertise in exterior cleaning and maintenance, we now offer a comprehensive range of services to enhance the appearance and longevity of your home or business. From revitalizing dirty siding and decks to restoring the beauty of driveways and sidewalks, our team can tackle even the toughest outdoor cleaning challenges.

Whether you’re preparing your property for sale, refreshing its appearance, or simply maintaining its pristine condition, Handyman Connection and GoTrueClean have you covered. With our combined experience and commitment to excellence, you can trust us to deliver outstanding results and exceed your expectations. Contact us today to learn more about our power washing services and how we can help you maintain a clean and inviting outdoor space.

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Home Maintenance  /  January 31, 2018

Cleaning Stainless Steel Appliances With Household Products

Stainless steel appliances have timeless appeal, and part of that is because of their low-maintenance properties. Despite this, they’re actually prone to showing hard-water marks, stains and fingerprints.

In this post, Handyman Connection of Matthews discusses how to clean stainless steel appliances with common household products.

What You Need

Before you start, secure these items:

–  Vinegar, preferably in a spray bottle

–  Paper towels

–  Microfiber cloth

–  Mineral oil (olive oil works, too)

Since this cleaning involves a lot of going back and forth, keep your materials close – preferably on a countertop or basket next to you.

The First Steps

Start by spraying your stainless steel appliance with vinegar. Spread it liberally throughout its surface and let it settle for around five minutes. Then, you’ll want to use a paper towel or a soft cloth to wipe the vinegar off. Make sure to do this in the direction of the grain, which goes either vertically or horizontally.

This is just the preliminary cleaning stage. For larger and more stained surfaces, you’ll want to do this step two to three times just to loosen up the marks and stains on the surface.

Polishing the Surface

Next, you’ll want to dip your soft cloth in your oil of choice. You don’t need to dip it all the way in as you can always come back for more. Now, with your oiled-up cloth, wipe the surface in the direction of the grain. This is enough to get rid of even the most stubborn marks off the surface of your appliance. Once you’re done, simply wipe the surface clean.

Handyman Connection of Matthew’s can help you with larger stainless steel surfaces with more stubborn marks and stains. Call us today at (704) 255-5626 or fill out our form to learn more about our home improvement and restoration services.

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