All of our railings are sold as a
complete system only. We do not sell
railing components for any of the railing designs
displayed on this web site.
How to Care for Stainless Steel:
In order to maintain the appearance and prevent
corrosion of stainless steel, proper care and cleaning
methods must be utilized. Stainless steel's
corrosion protection is composed of a layer of Chromium
Oxide. The existence of any surface contaminant
will impede protection, resulting in staining and
corrosion. Routine cleaning and care will preserve
the appearance and integrity of your railing system.
are common surface contaminants?
Dirt, dist, fingerprints, grease, and oil are a few.
is the proper procedure for cleaning stainless steel?
In some instances, a thorough cleaning can be achieved
by use of warm water only. However, for
harder-to-remove contaminants, a mild detergent may be
used. When detergents are necessary to use, the
cleaning must be finished with a thorough, warm-water
rinse. Detergents should never be left on the
surface of your railings.
You may use a soft cloth
to adequately dry the surface of the stainless steel to
You cannot over-clean
stainless steel. Frequent and thorough cleanings
will offer optimum results. Use only a soft
abrasive cleanser, and only if absolutely necessary on
brushed finishes. Never use abrasives on
highly-polished stainless steel finishes.
Effective Cleaning Methods:
Routine Cleaning - Use warm water, soap,
ammonia, or mild detergent.
Fingerprints and Smears - Use a stainless steel
Stains and Discoloration - Use a stainless steel
cleaner/polish, lightly rubbing with a damp cloth in
the direction of polish lines.
Always follow completely
the manufacturer's usage instructions for the product
used to clean your stainless steel railings. Never
misuse any product when cleaning and caring for your
railing system. All procedures used should enhance
the aesthetics and lengthen the life of your railings.
Detergent or cleaner
should have a neutral pH, and a low chloride content.
Avoid using products, which will adversely affect the
protective coating of your stainless steel.