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How To Maintain And Maintain Stainless Steel Plates

Feb 14, 2021

Improper use or maintenance of stainless steel plates will cause floating rust or yellow spots on the surface of the product. How to prevent stainless steel from rusting? The following precautions should be understood when using stainless steel plates:

1. When using stainless steel plates, if there are welding debris, cement, oil stains, white ash, putty, sand ash, etc. attached to the surface of the product, it must be cleaned up in time, otherwise it will cause rust or mold after a certain period of time.

2. Due to the difference in water quality in different regions, or the water quality of iron-containing water discharged from galvanized pipes, if there is water stains on the surface of stainless steel products for a long time, it will easily cause floating rust if it is not cleaned in time.

3. The newly renovated house contains mineral materials or acid or alkaline dust falling on the surface of the product. Once it is not cleaned up in time, it will easily cause floating rust if it encounters moisture.

4. If items such as pig iron are in contact with the surface of stainless steel for a long time, it will also cause floating rust, mildew or discoloration.

5. Chemicals, detergents, paints, sauces, oil stains, pesticides and other chemicals that remain on the surface of stainless steel products for a long time can easily cause mold or rust.

6. When processing and installing stainless steel products, be extra careful to prevent the stainless steel surface from being scratched by sharp edges.


After installing and using the stainless steel plate, please wipe the dirt and water stains on the surface of the stainless steel plate with a cotton cloth dipped in clean water.


In the process of using or caring for the product, please do not scratch the surface of the product with iron wire balls or hard materials. If you encounter rust or yellow spots caused by external erosion, you can use a damp cotton cloth dipped in old-fashioned toothpaste to clean it. Then apply a cotton cloth dipped in transformer oil or sewing machine oil on the surface of the product to create a protective layer to prevent secondary erosion.