When you think of stainless steel, you would automatically assume that “stainless” would not stain, but in fact, steel will rust. When the chromium of steel comes into contact with oxygen, it creates a thin layer called chromium oxide. This layer covers the surface to resist stains and rust but if the layer is damaged it will lose its ability to resist. With proper care of your stainless steel appliance, your chromium oxide later will remain in good shape.
Stainless steel looks really nice and clean in your kitchen right? What can go wrong with having a stainless steel appliance? Well, dents of course. No matter how careful you are with your appliance whether that is your stove refrigerator or anything else causing dents or scratches are hard to avoid.
Dents are a pain if you don’t know to how to fix it but don’t worry it isn’t necessary for a professional to take them out. Dents have a variety of shapes and sizes so there is not one method that would work for all. Here are some of the few methods we came up with you get rid of your dents
“Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day” is coming up on Nov. 15 and aside from this being a good idea, due to Thanksgiving and other holidays coming up, keeping your refrigerator clean and neat will help save you money and possibly keep you from becoming sick.
A 2013 study done by the NSF, a public health and safety organization, found Continue reading