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- 1.0.1 From the smallest zipper to the largest skyscraper, stainless steel is an essential part of modern life. Stainless steel’s strength, resistance to corrosion, and low maintenance make it the ideal material for a wide range of applications. It also has a long life cycle and is 100% recyclable. A wide spectrum of industries relies on stainless steel including construction, automotive and more. For many industries, it’s simply the most effective solution.
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Shine your way to clean with Sheila Shine! We like to say, “Sheila Shined!”
From the smallest zipper to the largest skyscraper, stainless steel is an essential part of modern life. Stainless steel’s strength, resistance to corrosion, and low maintenance make it the ideal material for a wide range of applications. It also has a long life cycle and is 100% recyclable. A wide spectrum of industries relies on stainless steel including construction, automotive and more. For many industries, it’s simply the most effective solution.
About Stainless Steel
Stainless steel first came to prominence in construction during the art-deco period. Famously, the upper portion of the Chrysler Building was constructed from stainless steel. Due to its strength, flexibility, and resistance to corrosion, stainless steel is now commonly used in modern construction. It is used in the exterior cladding for large high impact buildings and can be seen in the interiors too in the form of handrails, counter tops, backsplashes, and more.
The automotive industry was the first to use Stainless Steel in the 1930s by the Ford Motor Company to make various concept cars. Today, the use of stainless steel in the automotive industry is used in many car parts, including the structural components. It is also used in all forms of transportation from shipping containers to road tankers and refuse vehicles.
Stainless steel is ideal for hygienic environments as it’s easily sterilized and resistant to corrosion. It is used in the construction of surgical and dental instruments, kidney dishes, and operating tables, as well as other medical equipment such as steam sterilizers and MRI scanners.
Stainless steel is used in the kitchen accessories, cutlery, and cookware. It is used to make cookers, grills, sinks, saucepans and even knife blades. This type of metal is also used as a finish for refrigerators, freezers, countertops, and dishwashers. Stainless steel is ideal for food production and storage as it does not affect the flavor of the food. Its corrosion resistance is important as some foods, like lemon juice, can be acidic. Also, stainless steel is easy to clean which helps keep undesirable germs at bay.
Stainless Steel Maintenance
While stainless steel is easy to clean, it must still be maintained to prevent corrosion and be allowed in the food industry and medical industry. Using the proper products is essential in maintaining stainless steel’s durability and usefulness. For a quick, yet effective clean of all stainless steel surfaces, Your #1 solution, Sheila Shine, is the only way to shine your way to clean.
Sheila Shine is a 3-in-1 product that is meant to clean, polish, and protect all in one single application. Gone are the days of using different products for different purposes. There are so many products that do multiple cleanings that it’s only natural there be a product that does this for stainless steel. That product is Sheila Shine.
With a patented, simple product, Sheila Shine can clean all your stainless steel surfaces. It lifts grease and fingerprints, but it also polishes at the same time. And it doesn’t leave your surface dull after it cleans it. You’re left with something that’s shiny and clean. The last step is to protect your stainless steel. With Sheila Shine, you aren’t only cleaning and shining your stainless steel surfaces, you are protecting it from future damage.