I believe in simplicity
If you haven't used conventional polishes on your stainless appliances.....don't start. A natural glass cleaner or even straight up wet flannel cloth followed by a dry cotton polishing cloth will make your appliance shine.
But if you have, here's an alternative to the conventional and so called 'natural' products we find on the shelves.
Now, even using the olive straight from the bottle is OK, but you can water it down and it will still be highly effective in polishing up your stainless appliances and less expensive.
the recipe I created for the cleaning industry adds 1 tbsp. of vodka for easier cleaning of smudged/greasy prints on the appliances and it acted as a natural sanitizer. It is not necessary to have in this recipe but you can add it if you want to
4 parts water
1 part olive oil
Place in bottle (I prefer brown glass) and give it a good shake (a good shake needs to be done each time you use it as this product does not contain synthetic binders to keep the ingredients together) and close tight with a screw cap or spray nozzle. I prefer the spray nozzle as it uses less product to last longer, save you money.
Spray onto a dampened clean cloth (never spray directly on stainless surface), I prefer flannel. You don't need to go with the grain but it does make it easier when you start to polish. Do a small area at a time (I break double fridges in 4 areas - 2 top half and 2 bottom half blending in to the finished areas when polishing). Rub in the oil mixture and once it starts to dry (it will turn kind of white) start polishing with a clean dry cloth (I prefer cotton t-shirts for this job) until you feel smooth surface and see nothing but shine
Unlike the conventional polishers, this recipe does not leave build-up residue on your stainless appliances, making it much easier to maintain while using less product.
Do not use on your wood floors!
But do use on your leather (test an area first) and untreated wood furniture to nourish and bring back to looking good.