Digital cameras, stainless steel and black appliances require special cleaning methods to prevent streaking and prevent surface damage from using the wrong cleaning products.
Cleaning Digital Cameras
Digital cameras need some maintenance to make sure they remain operational and take the best quality pictures. Small point and shoot digital cameras like Canon Powershot A495 require only minimal cleaning however, SLR cameras like Canon Eos 400 are more complicated. Canon cameras are sold with a manual of cleaning instructions, but, to optimize your camera, use the following cleaning tips.
• Clean your digital camera regularly.
• Use only cleaning products specifically manufactured for digital cameras.
• Using glass cleaners will damage the screen and lens.
• Some tissues contain harmful chemicals and even essential oils, eg. Eucalyptus, can damage the camera.
• Clean the camera exterior with a soft, lint-free cloth. This prevents dust and dirt from falling inside the camera during lens adjustment. home appliances electronic city
• Clean the mirror, lens, front element and focus screen with canned air.
• Never leave your camera in direct sunlight. Protect the camera from weather elements in the home.
Cleaning Stainless Steel
Many modern kitchen appliances are available in stainless steel. Stainless steel has in fact become the most popular surface for fridges, dishwashers and other kitchen appliances. Westinghouse fridges and Bosch Dishwashers make a stylishly ‘modern’ range of stainless steel appliances to suit every budget. Cleaning stainless steel appliances is not the same as cleaning white-goods. Many stainless steel products are coated with a lacquer or varnish which requires special cleaning methods.
• Removing fingerprints and general grime from your stainless steel appliance is not a difficult procedure however, always take care.
• Wipe the stainless steel with a damp, clean cloth first. Use warm soapy water to remove grease or food particles if necessary.
• This can be followed by a second wipe down with rubbing alcohol or vinegar.
• Use a product manufactured especially for stainless steel and wipe in the direction of the lines on the steel. The lines in stainless steel are similar to wood grain.
• For baked on or stubborn stains use a scouring pad with a solution of baking soda and water.
• Follow cleaning with another wipe down using only warm water. To achieve a showroom appearance use baby oil on a paper napkin and rub this into the surface.