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 I don't know about you guys, but my kitchen is now filled with stainless steel. It seems like EVERYTHING is stainless now. My toaster, my canisters, my coffeemaker, my mixer, my electric kettle. etc. etc. And all of them seem to sit within spitting distance of my stove where layers of olive oil and butter splatters have coated them, combined with the layer of dust (and pollen in Spring!) that loves that sticky, oily surface. I can't tell you the number of times I have scrubbed and scrubbed with a scrubby sponge and dish soap, but there always seems to be a few spots that don't come off. Plus! If you scrub too much with the scrubby sponge, you scratch the stainless surface!

Now, I'm a pretty bright girl, though perhaps a little slow, and it only recently dawned on me to unleash the miraculous powers of Einshine (that I have been l.o.v.i.n.g on my major appliances) onto these little buggers. So, that's just what I did.



I sprayed some Einshine on a soft cloth and rubbed it on, flipped the cloth over and buffed it off. (And I when I say "buff" don't picture waxing a car. I'm too lazy for that kind of effort on my tea kettle. ok. or my car.)




Voila! Here's the hazard of a super shiny kettle...*cough* please pay no mind to the pile of dirty dishes reflected in the background. They'll get done. Right after I get out of a hot bath with a brooding duke with a dark past he is trying to leave behind.


And you don't even have to just take my word for it. You can take Oprah's 

 

 

or Food and Wine's

That's right. I'll brag.

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