Reasons for rusty stainless steel faucets

Release time:04-30-2019
Abstract:

If the surface of the stainless steel adheres to organi […]

If the surface of the stainless steel adheres to organic juices, such as lemon and vinegar, in the presence of water and oxygen, it constitutes an organic acid. For a long time, organic acids cause rust on the surface of the metal because the protective film on the surface of the stainless steel is destroyed.
In fact, the surface of the stainless steel faucet has a protective film. When there is an external, corrosive substance destroys the protective film, the stainless steel faucet will also rust, so that some stains are attached to it, it will be difficult Cleaning. We can use the salt and vinegar that are common in our life and can be easily removed by heating.

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