Our stainless steel kitchenware has more than an exceptional appearance. Additionally, it gives strong resistance to any attack. Although yellow spots or loss of gloss may happen after a long period of use, these stainless steel utensils can be washed with the cleaning agent only.
Furthermore, the stainless steel possesses such advantages as high durability, smoke resistance, slip prevention, easy cleaning, and beautiful appearance. A layer of passive film can be formed on the surface of our product, thus enabling our product to provide favorable corrosion resistance. In the natural world, this stainless steel kitchenware exists in the form of more stable oxide.
Daily Cleaning and Maintenance Tips
1. Before Use
Our stainless steel kitchenware can be washed with warm water or boiling water. The warm water can be mixed with vinegar or detergent to clean water stains. In this way, this product can be provided with high luster and long lifespan.
2. After Use
The stainless steel utensil ought to be flushed with warm water at once. Furthermore, the water on surface must be wiped dry, so as to prevent the product from reacting with sauce, oil stains, and some others. It is advisable to adopt soft cloth, clean water, or disinfectant for wiping. Such hard objects as iron brush and stainless steel scourer are not allowed for scrubbing.
3. Brightness Restoration
After a period of use, a layer of foggy film can be formed on the surface of stainless steel kitchenware. It can be wiped with a soft cloth that is stained with detergent or scouring powder. This method can be also utilized, when the surface is blackened by smoke. Long-time immersion cleaning is prohibited, or else the surface will lose its luster.
4. Stain Removal
The specialized stainless steel wax can be used to clean the stains.
5. Collision Avoidance
Please try to prevent our product from colliding with hard objects. The selected cleaning tools are supposed to be soft and gentle.
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