Just because a pot or pan is made from stainless steel doesn't mean it won't pick up a few scratches every now and then. Remove scratches from stainless steel with help from a food service industry professional in this free video clip.
Hi, I'm Athena Haas, and I work here at Novax. And I'm going to show you how to remove scratches from stainless steel pots. So, depending on the kind of scratch that you might have in your stainless pot, you could use anything from salt or baking soda to a heavy duty detergent or even a metal polishing compound. Generally, with stainless steel it's all about elbow grease. Scrub it and scrub it and scrub it, and it normally comes right off. The reason this kind of pots get scratches on them are when people get lazy and use metal tools and forks and knives just like this to get things off. When really you just need to soak it and scrub it really good. Honestly, when it comes to stainless steel scratches, depending on how bad the scratch is, there really isn't much more you can do other than just soak it really well and scrub it really really good. And that is how you remove scratches from stainless steel pots.