Routine Maintenance and Repair of Stainless Steel Sink Colander

Update:09 Mar 2018

Stainless steel has a strong anti-rust ability. For example, stainless steel has absolutely excellent resistance to rust and corrosion in dry and clean air; however, if it is to the seafront, stainless steel quickly develops in wet, humid air containing a large amount of salt rust. Therefore, the daily maintenance and maintenance of Custom Stainless Steel Sink for us is a very important task. The newly renovated user can apply a layer of oil to the surface of the sink to avoid rusting on the surface of the sink due to metal debris during the decoration process.

In addition, if the sink is not used for a long time, a layer of oil may be applied to the custom stainless steel sink, To protect the sink; sink to be cleaned regularly, use a neutral detergent, gently scrub, and then rinse with water and sponge or cloth dry, to avoid the use of steel brushes or rough texture of the brush to avoid metal particles Sticking to the wall of the stainless steel sink for a long time, causing rust easily or scratching the stainless steel sink surface. Do not leave water droplets on the surface of the sink. High iron content water may cause reddish brown stain on the surface of the sink. Use a low concentration of vinegar solution to remove this deposit, and finally clean it thoroughly with clean water.

Do not place lemons, sauces, kimchi, mustard or other salt-rich or corrosive foods in the custom stainless steel sink and on the deck for a long time so as not to erode the sink, making traces of the surface difficult to clean; In case of prolonged contact with strong bleaching powder, household chemicals and soap, wash with water immediately and dry with a towel if the above situation occurs. If there is "floating rust" or "mildew" in the sink, Do not use scouring wire, abrasive paper or abrasive material to clean the sink; Do not cut directly on the stainless steel sink panel or chop hard objects, so as not to scratch the sink or lead to Sink distortion.

Try to avoid sharp, hardened utensils such as knives and forks, hitting the custom stainless steel sink to avoid scratching or touching the sink surface. Do not leave mild steel or cast iron cookware in the custom stainless steel sink for long periods of time, nor leave rubber dishwashing pads, wet dishwashing sponges, or other cleaning pads in the Stainless Steel Sink Colander .