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Tips for the stainless steel fence maintenance


Stainless steel is stainless steel containing chromium. On equipment made of stainless steel 10% chromium content and rustproof ability obtained by the formation of the Chromium oxide film layer, where the oxide layer is blocking the process of iron oxidation. Apart from that, don’t hesitate to call the recommended fence repair near you when you’ve got problems with your fence maintenance.

Although stainless steel equipment is resistant to rust but not resistant to stains and lets alone stains of water crust. If the stainless surface we rarely clean it will look dull and over time will cause black spots and trigger rust on your stainless equipment. Stainless equipment can be found on door handles, water tap or shower room, kitchen set, fence etc.
We will share tips on cleaning and care for her from routine maintenance to how to clean stubborn stains.

For maintenance and cleaning on the stainless Fence in your home:

Wash always Fence your home with a gentle detergent using a sponge, rinse and then dry.

If you want to polish it and make it shiny you can use white vinegar/citrus mixed with a little water, rub it gently with a sponge or scotch bright, rinse and then dry.

If there is a stubborn stain and difficult to clean, you can clean it with toothpaste. Apply toothpaste onto your equipment, rub gently by using a sponge or scotch bright, rinse and then dry.
For maintenance and cleaning on other Home appliances:

In a mild stain, you simply clean it with a soft detergent or can use Glass cleaner. Wash water faucet, shower set, shower door handle, hanger (if made of stainless) with a soft detergent using a sponge or scotch bright. Rinse and then dry.

If there is a water crust, clean it with toothpaste as we have explained in the rinse then dry.

If the stains are thick and stubborn, you can use white vinegar or Zitrun and then cleaned with toothpaste.

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