Please note that stainless steel is not
scratchproof. Although stainless steel can withstand hard knocks, it's
surface can easily be scuffed or scratched by hard or sharp objects. Steel
stell 'scuffing' can look particularly bad when it has only just been
taken into use, however the effect does become uniform with age. You can
help the steel retain its attractive sheen if after use you wipe it with a
soapy cloth, rinse and wipe it dry.
Always use a soft cloth for cleaning. Scouring powders or wire wool cleaning
pads should be avoided since either will scuff the surface.
containing hypochlotire, which will attack stainless steel and cause pitting
and staining. Certain food stuffs can also
cause pitting and corrosion - these are citric fruit juices, sale, mustard,
pickles and mayonnaise which should not be left on the surface for
N.B. Silver dip cleaners contain strong acids which attack stainless steel;
the first sign of this is a rainbow stain which turns dark grey and cannot