Stainless steel sinks are relatively easy to clean and maintain. However, in order to prevent scratches, depressions and aging, also need regular maintenance. Clean stainless steel sinks can use a dishwasher or soda. Rinse thoroughly and polish the surface with a soft cloth or paper towel. Do not use scrubbing powder or brush pots, they will scratch the sink. Use rubber or plastic pads to avoid scratching the surface or leaving a mark on the cutlery. You can also add a small amount of vinegar or ammonia to make the surface more shiny.
Stainless steel sinks are made of stainless steel materials, the use of tensile or welding methods to the main body of the processing, the need to first stainless steel plate bending molding, like origami box, for the edge seam and other places also need to be welded, the final surface treatment, the surface of its polished, polished and so on processing. It is mainly practical and light and durable. Stainless steel sinks in developed countries have a very high rate of use, has become a majority of household washing tools, can be said to be the mainstream kitchen washing containers.