Stainless steel or inox, is a commodity of modern features common in many homes and offices.
Its aesthetically-pleasing finish with the durability and resistance to corrosion have made it a popular choice for appliances, countertops, cabinets, bar tops, furniture, plumbing fixtures, picture frames, floors, walls, backsplashes, and more.
In order to preserve a stunning display of inox ‘stainless steel’ (Also known as ‘สแตนเลส’ in the Thai language), it is important to use the proper cleaning techniques and products, as well as, the standard level of routine maintenance and care.
Continue reading to learn some effective tips for cleaning and maintaining stainless steel.
Stainless Steel Cleaning
Stainless steel, although very durable, requires a certain level of cleaning and maintenance. Cleaning the basis for most commodities calls for a clean washcloth, mild soap, and rinse well; but inox steel unlike any other surface, and requires specific and unique approach to cleaning.
Instead, always use stainless steel cleaning products that are advertised and are specifically manufactured for cleaning stainless steel. But in most cases, all you’ll need is a clean, dry, microfiber cloth!
Most often, the best stainless steel surfaces are cleaned and polished with a microfiber cloth simple. But for dirty surfaces, stainless steel cleaning products are used in combination with a microfiber cloth is most likely needed.
Maintenance Stainless Steel
Overtime, depending on the environment in which it is located, inox steel accumulates contaminants and residues that cause the finish looks dull, stained, or uneven. Contaminants such as free iron and metal deposits are a major threat to stainless steel. A lower chrome layer can be formed, which can reduce the resistance to corrosion.