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How to Clean Stainless Steel Feet

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Stainless steel is resistant to corrosion, however the surface can experience discoloration by the effects of salt water and/or chlorinated water. This results in small brown spots appearing on its surface (especially in coastal areas). These spots do not affect the strength or integrity of the furniture, but the superficial discoloration can be a distraction. These spots can easily be cleaned and to preserve the finish, we recommend applying anti-corrosion protection 1 to 2 times a year, especially if used near the ocean or pool.

CLEANING

1. Cover the ground under your working area before cleaning.

2. Follow the instruction on the cleaner/polisher of your choice. (We used Krud Kutter).

3. Gently rub the surface of the steel, in the direction of the grain with a soft cloth and buff with dry cloth to a shine.

 

PROTECTING

Apply anti-corrosion protectant 1-2 times a year to prevent elements from attaching to the surface and prolong the finish.

1. Cover the ground under your working area before cleaning.

2. Follow the instructions on the protectant of your choice. (We recommend CorrosionX HD).

Please use protective gloves and eye protection for your safety.

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Picture: Stainless Steel Feet Before & After Cleaning

 

 

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