CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE OF STAINLESS STEEL KITCHEN FAUCETS.
Rbrohant recommends regular cleaning to ensure that stainless steel products remain in perfect condition. There are many stainless steel products commonly used at home, such as your sink and faucet. Understanding the cleaning and maintenance of stainless steel products can extend the service life of your kitchen faucet and reduce the problems of damage and replacement.
The term "stainless steel" can be misleading. Unfortunately, if the product is not cleaned properly on a regular basis, stains may appear on the stainless steel. Due to the high chromium content and not "stainless steel", stainless steel actually exhibits corrosion resistance.
One of the main reasons customers miss stains and rusty deposits on stainless steel products is the lack of regular and proper cleaning. We recommend rinsing the entire product thoroughly with neutral soap and water solution after installation. The lotion is the best mild soap product. Cleaning can remove protective coating residues, fingerprints, installation dirt, and dirt on the construction site. The product should be rinsed with clean water and dried with a soft lint-free cloth.
We recommend adding regular cleaning products to your daily cleaning plan. The type and location of the product will determine the frequency of cleaning. It should be cleaned regularly to prevent the accumulation of dust and dirt. All products should be washed with neutral soap and water solution, rinsed with water, and dried with a soft cloth.
If the dirt and stains are stubborn, the bristles will accumulate on the dirt, which can be washed with soap and water. If this does not remove the dirt, you can use a fine synthetic nylon kitchen mat. We recommend using a pure rinsing solution to gently wipe and lubricate the surface along with the stainless steel particles. This method should regularly remove all daily dirt and debris, and keep the surface of the product clean and easy to clean. This method can also remove brown stains that sometimes look like rust.
Due to the regular flow of water on the surface, the stainless steel sink in the handwashing area is usually kept fairly clean. Other surfaces (such as the end, faucet wall shelf, and front) are usually wet from splashes but are often overlooked in regular cleaning procedures, which can cause dust to accumulate. If left untreated, they will change color and turn brown. Usually looks like rust. Make sure to clean the entire sink, including the ends, front, and bottom of the sink.
Stainless steel does not require expensive proprietary cleaners and should be avoided as much as possible. In many cases, cleaning agents contain chemicals that are harmful to stainless steel and may cause irreparable damage. Please note when using these cleaners that they are suitable for stainless steel and do not contain harmful chemicals.
With the exception of warm soapy water, stiff brushes, or careful use of high-quality synthetic kitchen cleaning pads, Rbrohant does not recommend the use of cleaners on stainless steel. Bleach, bleach products, antibacterial cleaners, and disinfectant sprays may contain harmful chemicals. Under no circumstances should bleach or bleach products containing sodium hypochlorite be used or placed on stainless steel products. If these products are accidentally used or spilled on stainless steel, they must be cleaned immediately and thoroughly to avoid irreparable damage.