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Clean the stainless steel sink
For routine maintenance it is advisable to use only clean water or a mild soap. To remove coffee stains, tea stains, and grease, use only liquid cleansers that do not contain bleach, such as Cif. If using a wipe, scrub in the direction of the surface finish. 
Prevent damage: dents and scratches
Sink every day to use, smooth surface will inevitably dent and scratches. The sink may be damaged if subjected to excessive handling. Therefore, care must be taken when placing items in the sink or in the drainage area. Make sure that the object does not rub against the surface to minimize damage.
Avoid heat
Do not place high-temperature pots in the drainage area or in the wash basin. Be sure to use the pot and plate protector inside or above the sink.
Chemical-induced corrosion
The chemicals in the tank that are exposed to strong irritants can be damaged. If the surface of long-term exposure to strong irritant chemicals, may occur in the oxidation process, resulting in stainless steel rust. Our tanks are made of 304 stainless steel. This means that the tank is not acid, only for home use. It is advisable to avoid contact with the following chemical substances in the tank: S-39 Hot soldering solvent, peeling agent, detergents, metal shavings, agents used to remove the connection between the tiles and the flooring material, for draining the drain Agents, silver cleaning agents (blue liquid) and adhesives.
If the tank is in contact with the above chemicals, the following measures should be taken:
         Immediately flush the affected surfaces with large quantities of water;
         Dry the affected surface;
         Use Inox Care to deal with corrosion.
         If rust is present, use a liquid scrub, hard brush or Scotch Brite. Scotch Brite is a man-made scrubbing sponge, also used in the table manufacturing process.
Not recommended
Do not cut vegetables directly on the table, otherwise it will cause irreparable scratches. Always use the cutting board.
Do not pierce joints or seams. Do not remove the sealant from the seams around the furnace and the furnace.
Do not slide hard materials, such as porcelain, back and forth on the table.