The durability and longevity of stainless steel make it a suitable choice for a Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink with Drainboard . The steel rarely rusts, it resists staining, and it handles heavy use with minimal chance for damage. Older stainless steel can develop a dull or discolored finished from repeated use or improper cleaning. Harsh abrasives scratch the surface of the steel and cause the worst damage. Refurbishing the stainless steel sink minimizes the appearance of scratches and brings back its shine.
Rather than removing stains, you can also take some preventive measures to avoid the problem in the first place. Here are some tips to help you prevent stains on stainless steel:
Never use bleach or anything containing chlorine on stainless steel, and avoid spraying a chlorine bleach product nearby or allowing bleach to drip onto stainless steel surfaces.
Don't use oven cleaners around stainless steel. When using oven cleaners, shield stainless steel surfaces from exposure.
Don't use standard abrasive cleaners on stainless steel, and prevent them from even contacting the metal.
Never use steel wool, wire brushes, or other abrasive cleaning tools on stainless steel. Non-scratch vinyl scrubbing pads can be used.
Once you've restored the shine to your Handmade Sink , be sure to flush the surface with clean water at the end of each day to rinse away acids, salts and minerals that can pit and dull the stainless surface. Then take a moment to dry the sink and restore the shine. These few steps will help keep your sink looking new..