Stainless Steel Metal

Stainless Steel
Fingerprint-proof Stainless Steel
Aged Stainless Steel
Touch Stainless Steel
Pewter Stainless Steel

For everyday cleaning purposes use multipurpose products.

To remove limescale, use limescale removers developed specifically for stainless steel.

To remove more stubborn stains from Stainless Steel and Aged Stainless Steel you can use cream cleaners designed specifically for stainless steel, taking care to spread them all over the surface to avoid the formation of dull spots.

Pewter Stainless Steel it is recommended to clean the surfaces with a regular neutral detergent and a cotton or microfiber cloth with warm water. Alternatively, a mixture of water and 10%-15% alcohol can be used. Rinse and dry afterward.

After applying any product always rinse the surface and dry it thoroughly with a clean cloth to prevent stains from forming.

To keep your surface in pristine condition it is advisable to use soft, non-abrasive sponges and cloths at all times.

Never use powders or abrasive products that may scratch the surface.

By the same token, do not use rough cloths, metal scouring pads or abrasive sponges.

Never use bleach or ammonia-based detergents.

Avoid prolonged contact with acidic substances such as lemon, vinegar, wine, tomatoes and the like because they create dull spots that are difficult to get rid of.

Never use acetone or solvent-based products on Touch Stainless Steel or Fingerprint-proof Stainless Steel.

For Pewter Stainless Steel please avoid scratching the surface by rubbing it with abrasives or sharp objects that could cause deep damage. Cleaning should absolutely exclude: products containing deoxidizing agents as they would remove the chromium oxide that characterizes the finish; bleach, ammonia, aggressive solvents in general, and powders and abrasive pastes.

Never store packs or bottles of chemical products that are not properly sealed (e.g. salt, muriatic acid, drain cleaners, etc.) under or near a stainless steel sink or surface because their fumes may damage and corrode the metal.