Stainless Steel & Sheila Shine
- 1 Stainless steel is an essential part of life
- 1.0.1 From the smallest zipper to the largest skyscraper, stainless steel is an essential part of modern life. Its strength, resistance to corrosion and low maintenance make it the ideal material for a wide range of applications. Stainless steel products are used extensively in public areas such as hospitals, schools, and public transportations because of their excellent anti-corrosion properties. It has a long life cycle and is 100% recyclable.
- 1.1 History
- 1.2 Transportation
- 1.3 Kitchen
- 1.4 Residential & Commercial
- 1.5 Whether you are a business owner, homeowner, or both, Sheila Shine will keep all your stainless steel appliances, surfaces, structures, and fixtures clean, and it will protect them from future damage. Keep your stainless steel clean and protected with Sheila Shine.
- 2 Phone: 305-557-1729
Stainless steel is an essential part of life
From the smallest zipper to the largest skyscraper, stainless steel is an essential part of modern life. Its strength, resistance to corrosion and low maintenance make it the ideal material for a wide range of applications. Stainless steel products are used extensively in public areas such as hospitals, schools, and public transportations because of their excellent anti-corrosion properties. It has a long life cycle and is 100% recyclable.
Stainless steel first came to prominence in construction during the art deco period. Famously, the upper port of the Chrysler Building in New York City was constructed from stainless steel. Due to its strength, flexibility, and resistance to corrosion, stainless steel is now commonly used just about everywhere. It is used in exterior cladding for large high impact buildings but also for interiors too in the form of handrails, countertops, backsplashes and more.
Stainless steel was first used in the automotive industry in the 1930s by the Ford Motor Company to make various concept cars. Today, stainless steel in the automotive industry is everywhere from exhaust systems to trim and grills. It’s used in other forms of transportation also including ship containers, road tankers, and refuse vehicles.
Stainless steel is used in kitchen accessories, cutlery, and cookware. Less ductile grades of steel are used to make knife blades with sharp edges. More ductile grades of steel are used for items that must be molded into shape such as cookers, grills, sinks, and saucepans.
Stainless steel is also used as a finish for refrigerators, freezers, countertops, and dishwashers. It is ideal for food production and storage as it does not affect the flavor of the food. Stainless steel’s corrosion resistance is important as some foods, like orange juice, can be acidic. Also, stainless steel is easily cleaned which helps keep undesirable germs at bay.
Even though stainless steel is very easy to care for, it does in fact still have to be properly maintained. Whether in the home or commercial industry, keeping stainless steel clean will help the longevity of the item that is made from it. Think of your stainless steel appliances in your kitchen, your outdoor barbecue grill, car or motorcycle, fixtures around your house. All of these require maintenance to keep them clean and brand new looking.
Residential & Commercial
For residential and commercial stainless steel, you need a good cleaner. Something that is easy to use and will get the job done quickly. That cleaner is Sheila Shine. Now in its sixtieth decade on the market, Sheila Shine is a stainless steel cleaner like no other. Not only does it clean, but it polishes and protects your stainless steel as well. This 3-in-1 process makes it efficient and cost effective.