Stainless Steel Sink Manufacturers Analyzes How To Resist Rust

  • Stainless steel has the ability to resist atmospheric oxidation, that is, rust, and also has the ability to resist corrosion in acid, alkali, and salt-containing medium, that is corrosion resistance. However, the degree of corrosion resistance varies with the chemical composition of the steel itself, the state of addition, the conditions of use, and the type of environmental medium. It is a very thin and strong and stable chromium-rich oxide film (passivation film) formed on the surface to prevent the oxygen atoms from continuing to infiltrate and continue to oxidize, thereby obtaining the ability to resist rust. Once for some reason, the film is constantly destroyed, oxygen atoms in the air or liquid will continue to infiltrate or iron atoms in the metal will be continuously separated, forming loose iron oxide, and the metal surface will be continuously rusted.

    The following Stainless Steel Sink Manufacturers will tell you how to handle the rust:

    Use toothpaste to remove: Squeeze a little toothpaste and moisten it in the sink with rust or mildew spots, and wipe it repeatedly with a dry rag.

    Use decontamination powder to remove: use a cloth dampened with a little detergent powder or apply directly to the floating rust or mildew spots and wipe repeatedly.

    Use a descaling cream (agent) to remove: use a dry cloth with a small amount of descaling cream or spray directly on the floating rust or mildew spots and wipe repeatedly.

    Rinse and clean the surface of the sink: After removing the rust, rinse the surface of the sink thoroughly with clean water, and then wipe the surface of the water with a clean cotton cloth.

    Apply oil to protect: After drying, apply a layer of the protective agent or edible oil to the surface of the whole sink.

    For larger floating rust and spots, please scrub with scouring pad and toothpaste. Wash it according to the pattern of the sink. From heavy to light, from fast to slow, be sure to wipe the surface evenly until the rust is wiped off. Use a steel ball or other abrasive material to wipe the surface of the sink and make it easier to rust.