Sheila Shine for Commercial Kitchens
- 1 6 reasons why stainless steel is perfect in commercial kitchens
- 1.1 Stainless steel is the most sustainable choice
- 1.2 Stainless steel benefits from an invisible protective layer
- 1.3 Stainless steel is best for hygiene
- 1.4 Stainless steel is easy to clean
- 1.5 Stainless steel is easy to work with
- 1.6 Stainless steel is a sustainable and cost-effective choice of material
- 2 You cannot beat the 3-in-1 cleaning process of Sheila Shine. Use it to clean all your commercial kitchen stainless steel!
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6 reasons why stainless steel is perfect in commercial kitchens
You probably already know that stainless steel is a durable and stylish choice for equipment and work surfaces in commercial kitchens. But there is more. The pandemic has led to a greater emphasis on hygiene that creates new challenges for commercial kitchens. The kitchens need to maintain high levels of productivity while ensuring safe working and deep cleaning operations. Stainless steel can handle everything from wet conditions to flames and freezing temperatures. It also meets strict hygiene standards and expectations for durability and long life.
Here are six more reasons why stainless steel is so perfect in commercial kitchens:
Stainless steel is the most sustainable choice
Not only does stainless steel outlast many competing materials, but it is also produced using a high level of recycled steel. Stainless steel is 100% recyclable at the end of its long working life. Sustainability is not only good for the environment, but also important for those who are using the material.
Stainless steel benefits from an invisible protective layer
The secret behind the corrosion resistance and long life of stainless steel is the protection that comes from a thin, invisible, and insoluble oxide layer. This passive layer forms spontaneously in air, reducing corrosion to a fraction of what it would be otherwise, and without the need for any paint or other protective coating. The great thing about the passive layer is that if it is damaged, such as by a surface scratch, it self-heals to maintain the protection. So, in the right conditions stainless steel could last forever.
Stainless steel is best for hygiene
Stainless steel is ideal for areas where sanitation, strict hygiene standards, cleanability and long life are essential. It withstands routine cleaning day after day, week after week, even stringent thermal disinfection by steam. Furthermore, stainless steel has a smooth non-porous surface that is especially easy to clean as it prevents aggressive liquids like tomato juice or acid juices permeating into the material.
Stainless steel is easy to clean
Cleaning stainless steel is easy since it is such a durable metal. When you use a good stainless steel cleaner like Sheila Shine, cleaning is simple. One small dab and wipe of Sheila Shine brightens up the surface. It cleans, polishes, and protects all in one step.
Stainless steel is easy to work with
Stainless steel behaves differently to ordinary carbon steel in manufacturing processes. But simply by following some straightforward rules it becomes very easy to work with.
Stainless steel is a sustainable and cost-effective choice of material
Stainless steel always wins, hands down, on sustainability because it has a very long service life and is produced using a high proportion of recycled scrap. Because of its strength, durability, and corrosion resistance, stainless steel could last virtually forever in some applications. That means stainless steel is always the most cost-effective choice when its full life cycle costs are compared against competing materials.