“Slant-Bottom Container”: An Advanced Type of Stainless-Steel Container​

Stainless-steel containers are often used at work, in factories, at home, as containers for storing raw materials, and as cooking utensils. Among those stainless-steel containers, there may not be too many people know “slant-bottom container” yet.

This time, we will introduce “slant-bottom container” which is a little different from ordinary containers.

What is a "Slant-Bottom" Container"?

A slant-bottom container has a bottom sloping toward the outlet. So, even if the container is not tilted, the liquid will naturally collected at the outlet. This mechanism is excellent in liquid discharging performance.

Normal Flat-Bottom Containers: Waste of liquid

Because there is a certain distance between the outlet and the bottom of the container, where liquid remains. And the liquid waste happens due to the difficulty of discharging the entire amount of liquid.
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What is “Buff Polishing”?

A beautiful stainless-steel surface shall reflects like a mirror.

Do you know that this beauty was created artificially, not by the nature of the material?

In general, the surface of the stainless-steel container is polished by hand in a finishing method called “buff polishing”(or “buff finishing”).

What you'll know from this article:

1. What are the methods and effects of buff polishing?
2. What are the disadvantages of buff polishing?
3. What does "Electrolytic polishing" mean? Why shall it be recommended to those people who think "a little bit of contamination is horrible"?

What is Buff Polishing?

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Why Stainless-Steel Containers getting rusted? How to avoid it?-Part2

Measures to prevent rusting of stainless-steel containers

Make sure that no dirt, salt or moisture remains

Please wash the container to remove dirt and salt. After washing, never leave it in the wet place. Wipe it with a dry cloth and dry it well.

Be careful of scratches and "contagious rust"

We recommend you to handle the containers carefully in order not to make deep scratches where dirt and water could be accumulated. Please use soft sponge or waste cloth instead of metal or hard scrubbing brush when cleaning.
In addition, avoid contacting with other metals that are easy to rust for a long time could prevent the “contagious rust”.

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