Stained steel is a relatively new addition to our kitchen decor and has the potential to become a household staple.
However, a stainless steel tabletop is a very different item from a regular stainless steel base and it requires special care.
Stainless Steel Tabletop CareStep 1: Care the table top for the correct amount of time.
When it comes to table top care, there are many factors that must be taken into account, such as the thickness of the wood, the type of wood, and the surface finish.
To prevent rust, the table must be kept in the refrigerator at temperatures between 80 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit (20 and 22 degrees Celsius).
In the case of stainless steel, it’s important to keep the table as dry as possible, which is easy to do if it’s a hardwood floor.
The table must also be kept away from moisture that can contribute to rust and mildew.
When the temperature of the room dips to below 70 degrees Fahrenheit, it becomes more difficult for the table to retain its shape.
The bottom of the table can be left to sit on the counter for a few days, but the top should be exposed to direct sunlight.
To avoid damaging the wood surface, the top can be allowed to dry out before being stored in a cool, dry place.
Step 2: Care for the tabletop surface with an anti-static spray.
It’s important for the wood to stay fresh for as long as possible.
For this reason, we recommend using an anti, high-density foam sprayer for the stainless steel surface.
This sprayer will create a barrier between the wood and the table.
This barrier will help prevent the table from cracking, as well as the possibility of rusting or other damage.
You can also use an anti adhesive that will hold the surface in place.
The anti-abrasion foam spray will also be a good idea for stainless steel surfaces.
Step 3: Clean and re-apply the protective coatings.
When using an ant, use the sprayer to spray the wood against the surface.
If you’re using a sprayer, be sure to use it in a low-to-moderate speed, like a couple of passes per hour.
If using a cloth, it should be sprayed a few times a day.
Step 4: Allow the stainless metal surface to dry.
Allow the surface to fully dry before applying the protective coating.
The protective coating will protect the stainless surface against the elements for at least four months, and up to 12 months in the case to extend the shelf life.
If the coating doesn’t last long enough to extend shelf life, then the product may need to be replaced.
Step 5: Use a stain remover to remove the stain from the surface of the stainless table.
We recommend using a stain that will absorb stain for up to 10 minutes per coat, and you can apply the stain to the underside of the surface by hand.
A stain remaver should last for at most five minutes and a wipe is not recommended.
Step 6: Clean the area surrounding the table with a dishwashing detergent and rinse with cold water.
The stain will be wiped away with a clean cloth.