by Doris Donnerman
(last updated September 8, 2014)
Have you ever seen what happens when you spill a little bleach onto your stainless steel sink, appliance, or countertop and you don't clean it up right away? Commonly, you have a very clean, though discolored surface. While technically these discolorations may not be considered a stain that is what they are usually called. If you would like to begin removing bleach stains from stainless steel, then you need to use these guidelines.
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