Maintenance tips for Stainless Steel Kitchen Cabinets :

1. Do not put high-temperature objects on the countertop directly or for a long time. Hot pots, hot pots or other utensils with high temperature that are directly removed from the stove, oven, or microwave will cause damage to the countertop. Please use a pot holder with rubber feet, or put an insulation pad on the countertop.

2. A cutting board should be used when cutting vegetables, otherwise it will leave unsightly scratches and blunt knife edges. If you accidentally leave a knife mark, you can use 240-400 grit sandpaper to gently wipe the surface according to the depth of the knife mark, and then use a scouring pad to treat it again.

3. Strictly prevent strong chemicals from contacting the countertop, such as paint removers, metal cleaners, stove cleaners, methylene chloride, strong acid cleaners, etc. If you accidentally come into contact with the above items, immediately wash the surface with plenty of soapy water. If the nail polish is stained, wipe it with an acetone-free cleaning agent and rinse with water.

4. Use soapy water or a detergent containing ammonia (such as detergent) to clean it. For scale, you can use a damp cloth to remove the scale and then wipe it with a dry cloth.

5. After using the stainless steel countertop, be sure to clean it and keep the countertop dry. Try to avoid long-term immersion of stainless steel countertops to prevent deformation of the countertops. Do not leave a damp cloth or sponge on the stainless steel countertop, so as not to cause stains to accumulate.

6. Do not allow heavy or sharp objects to directly impact the surface; oversized or overweight utensils should not be placed on the countertop for a long time; nor should they be washed with cold water and then immediately scalded with boiling water.

Through the above introduction, Handmade Sink Manufacturers hopes that you can simply refer to the content of this article in future use.