We installed new stainless steel appliances last year, and now I'm sort of regretting it! They look nice, but they are a pain to keep clean. I've been wiping down the fronts of the refrigerator, stove, etc. with soap and water. It gets them "clean" but doesn't really remove the fingerprints. I'm ok with that.
The range hood, on the other hand, collects dust as well as cooking grease and who knows what else. (It's a chimney style hood, so there's lots of exposed grime to be seen.) I've tried to clean it with hot water and soap, but I can't get through the coating of grease! I know there are "de-greasers," etc. out there, but we are of course looking for something non-toxic (and easy).
Ideas or suggestions? Thanks!