Care Instructions

A soft cloth or microfiber dampened with warm water will often be enough for general cleaning. Or you might also use a mixture of warm water and mild dish detergent. Use a detergent with degreasing properties.
Wipe in the direction of the grain to avoid leaving streaks and wipe dry with a separate dishcloth to prevent any water spots.
You could use a commercial cleaner to remove stains on stainless steel if needed, but always read the directions and spot-test first.
You don’t want to use any harsh or abrasive chemicals; avoid using scouring powders, steel wool, bleach, and ammonia.