CLEANING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR MILANO STAILESS STEEL PRODUCTS
We would like to take this opportunity to thank you and your family for purchasing Milano products.
We really hope you enjoy your new project as much as we enjoy designing these lines for your
complete satisfaction. It is also our job to instruct you and your family on how to keep these products
safe for a long and lasting durability years to come.
Your new Milano product is made of Premium Stainless Steel 16 and 18 gauge depending on the line
of product you have chosen. The Steel used will resist normal abuse and it is highly resistant against
corrosion; however we do recommend the following to prevent damage to your new product:
1- Clean daily with mild detergent and soft sponge, rinse and dry off.
2- From time to time polish to restore its original beauty and shine using any polishing cream made for
stainless steel of your choice.
3- Use a grid at the bottom. It will prevent hot pots touching the steel directly and also scratches and dents. Brand called Top Brite usually removes minor damages. Never Dull is another option and usually removes almost anything including rust.
1-Do not harsh chemicals inside the sink; if not able to handle in your handles it is not safe for your stainless steel product. Bleaches, acids, thinners, etc can harm your product. Be aware some foods contain acids, such as lemon and can damage your steel. Rinse and dry off immediately.
2-Never lay rusted objects or prone to rust inside the sink, although incapable of rusting itself it will stain
and it may never come off.
3- There is no way to avoid minor dents and scratches and they usually blend in. Do not try to remove because it may cause it to become worse.
4- Do not place hot pots in excess of 280 C. The thermal shock due hot/cold in the sink can cause damage.
5- Do not make use your sink as a cutting surface. Reduce accidental damage.
6- Do not throw alcohol, gasoline, acids and solvents into the sink. It could react with the chemical structure of the steel and damage beyond repair.
7- The use of cleaning powders should be avoided. Some have a tendency to be too aggressive for steel.
8- Pointed object that fall on the surface can cause dents and scratches.