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Stainless steel care and cleaning

Why should I take care and clean stainless steel?

Stainless steel normally touches food stains, fingerprints, water, various weather conditions, gas, liquid, acid, pollution, salt solution. Residue from cleaning agents (which sometimes contains chlorine contamination). All of the above labels or adhesive are the cause of corrosion, stains, blemishes and dullness of the skin. Cleaning helps prevent deterioration of stainless steel.

Normal care

Stainless steel has a long-lasting and durable appearance. However, periodic cleaning to remove dirt is necessary to prevent damage from corrosion that may occur the optimum duration of cleaning depends on the type of skin, shape, and usage conditions of the stainless steel.

<=>Should Do - clean stainless steel regularly. And when you notice stains or dust, must hurry to clean.
- Cleaning stainless steel. Should start with the weakest cleaning products By beginning to use in a small area first To see what effect to stainless steel or not.
- Use warm water to wash off the oil stains.
- Regularly wash stainless steel with clean water as a last step. Wipe dry with a soft cloth or toilet paper.
- after using stainless steel cookware should be washed every time
- Avoid stains / rust that may come with metal cleaning equipment OR To clean carbon steel parts.

<=>Should Not - should not coat the stainless steel with wax or oil-mixed materials. Because it will cause stains or dust to stick to the surface for longer and difficult to clean.
- Do not use cleaning products that contain chloride and halides (such as bromine, iodine and betel
- no use of hydrochloric acid to clean. Because it may cause pinhole corrosion and stress cracking (Stress Corrosion Cracking).
- Do not use too much soap or detergent. Because the stainless steel surface will become dull and dull.
- Do not clean and passivation in one step. The steps should be followed to wash first and then pass the password.

How to clean stainless steel or stainless steel containers for common stains?

<=> Fingerprints - Wash with soap, detergent or solution such as alcohol or acetone. Rinse with cold water and dry.
<=> Oil and oily stains - wash with hydrocarbon / organic solution (such as alcohol) and wash with water. Soap or mild detergent and water Rinse with cold water and wipe dry. Recommended to soak the specimen before washing in warm soapy water.
<=>> Color - rinse with color solvent. Use a soft nylon brush to scrub it off, then rinse with cold water and dry.
<=> Soot color on the skin due to heat - dipped in a solution containing ammonia. Rinse with cold water and wipe dry Apply a polishing cream to a polishing pad for a non-ferrous stainless steel surface, then scrub off the stain that is sticking on the stainless steel by scrubbing in the same direction as the surface. Rinse with cold water and wipe dry.
<=> Label or sticker - dipped in warm soapy water Label removed Rub the glue off with benzene. Rinse with soap then wash thoroughly with warm water. Wipe dry with a soft cloth.
<=> Water and tartar - dipped in diluted vinegar (25%) or nitric acid (15%). Rinse thoroughly, rinse with soapy water. Then wash thoroughly with warm water. Wipe dry with a soft cloth.
<=> Tea-coffee stains - washed with baking soda to carbonate in water. Rinse with soap then wash thoroughly with warm water. Wipe dry with a soft cloth.
<=> Rust stains dipped - in a solution that is warm water to nitric acid in a ratio of 9: 1 for about half to an hour. Rinse with clean water or rinse with oxalic acid solution and leave for 20 minutes. Rinse with cold water and wipe dry. Or requires polishing tools If rust stains stick.
<=> Tips - Be careful when using acids. If there are any questions should contact a specialist.

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