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Although stainless steel keeps its lustrous finish (even under adverse conditions) it will still require regular cleaning and maintenance.


  • Wash regularly with hot, soapy water or detergent using a clean cloth and if necessary, a soft bristle brush or green scotch-brite pad.
  • Remove any surface rust with a green scotch-brite pad by cleaning with the grain lines of the stainless steel. 
  • Remove non-washable deposits using an approved cleaner.
  • Clean in one direction only (along original grain lines in stainless steel) 
  • Rinse well with clean water and wipe dry with a soft, clean cloth. 


  • Use steel wool or metallic scrapers to remove non-washable deposits. 
  • Allow dirt to accumulate or dry out and harden on stainless steel. 
  • Use cleaners containing harsh abrasives or high bleach contents (this will cause brown oxidisation to appear on the stainless steel surface and will void your warranty).