Stainless steel cleaning
The name stainless steel (inox) is not entirely accurate, because stainless steel certainly can rust. Stainless steel has a restorative capacity and a protective layer that can regenerate, but under certain circumstances rust spots may still appear. This happens, for example, when the material comes into contact with chlorine. Rust can also develop when there is contact with ordinary steel. There are various types of stainless steel. This is reflected in the number designation, for example 304 stainless steel. This is the most common type of stainless steel. Everything you see in kitchens, toilets and bathrooms is grade 304. Stainless steel is steel with increased resistance to corrosion. Stainless steel is widely used in the machinery, petrochemical and offshore industries. Good maintenance is important to prevent rust.