When the stainless steel becomes noticeably dull or dirty you can clean it by using the simplest cleaning procedure
Clean the surface using either a mild detergent solution or just lukewarm water. Apply with a soft cloth or sponge, rinse well and wipe the stainless steel dry.
A small amount of Inox Crème may be used on occasion. Easily remove any stubborn dirt or incipient stains by applying this detergent solution with a soft cloth on the product surface.
Research has proven that certain household products damage the sink base when stored underneath. The ingredient to look out for is chloride found in the following:
- Chloride for swimming pools
- Bathroom cleaning products
- Kitchen cleaning products (liquid cleaners, dishwasher powders and laundry detergents)
- Tile cleaners with mildew treatment
- Household bleach
The following chemicals and detergents are considered safe to apply to stainless steel and will prolong the lifespan of a product.
- Inox cream
- A very mild detergent or soap
- Non-abrasive stainless steel cleaner like Home Maid
- Anti-rust and anti-oxidant lubricants and oils
Stainless steel do’s and don’ts
To further prolong the lifespan of your product, kindly follow these simple yet effective guidelines
|Only use brand cleaners stating: "Safe for use on stainless steel"|
|Never use metallic brushes with metal bristles or harsh abrasive powders|
|Regularly clean the surface|
|Never clean the surface with force|
|Always rinse and dry after use|
|Never use acids or "Silver Cleaners"|