STAINLESS STEEL MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
The stainless steel compared to other materials such as brass and aluminum, present a resistance to corrosion and abrasion considerably superior. The main agents responsible for the appearance of rust are:
- Lack of maintenance
- Cleaning with inadequate chemicals, such as acids or bases
- Installation in coastal areas of high salinity on the outside, or in areas with high concentration of chlorine, like swimming pools
- Installation on heavily polluted areas such as industrial zones
ROUTINE CLEANING AND CARES
To preserve the stainless steel, clean finger stains and spots you can use the product inox protect (JNF) or spray inox (JNF), applied accordingly to the product instructions.
For removal of accidental iron oxide spots you can use the product inox repair (JNF), applied accordingly to the instructions manual.
For removal of small scratches in the surface of the hardware with satin finishing only, you can use abrasive meshes (JNF), passing in the same direction of the orientation of the satin lines.
TITANIUM PVD COATING
This finish is achieved by PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) technology. It is a non-galvanic, non-polluting process, widely used in the watchmaking industry. The steel is polished or satin, obtaining parts in shiny or satin titanium.
It is an exceptionally high quality finish, giving the final product additional hardness and extremely high corrosion resistance. Although much more resistant to corrosion than stainless steel without PVD, there are agents responsible for the appearance of discoloration:
- No maintenance
- Cleaning with unsuitable chemical agents, such as strong acids or bases
- Installation in coastal areas of high salinity outside, or in areas with a high concentration of
chlorine, such as swimming pools
- Installation in heavily polluted areas, such as industrial areas
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