18 Gallon Funnel Top Stainless Steel Garbage Can
18 Gallon INT1528 F SS/BLX Funnel Top Stainless Steel Trash Can. The funnel top design not only is aesthetically pleasing, it's also functional, ensuring that trash that is simply "tossed" will be directed down into the receptacle. This makes this receptacle ideal for high traffic areas where people are in a hurry, such as restrooms.
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Features of this unit include:
- 18 gallon capacity
- Satin stainless steel body with a funnel lid with 8" opening and fingerprint proof textured black finish
- Fire safe bodies with double beaded bottom and vinyl trim
- LLDPE plastic liner with lift opening meets UL94 Flammability Standards
- Over 60% recycled material and 100% post consumer recyclable
- Made in the USA
- Product Dimensions: 15" x 28", 30lbs.
- Optional Black Recycle Decal Available (NOT Pre-Applied)
Stainless steel, an alloy of iron that contains ten percent chromium, is a very resilient material used in a wide range of household and industrial products. It's resistant to and tarnish due to the chromium film on its surface. Not only is stainless steel used in household products, it's also used in wide variety of architectural structures on account of its strong resistance to corrosion that can be caused by changes in atmospheric conditions What may appear to be rust is caused by iron particles on the surface of the stainless steel. Bon-Ami or some other type of oxalic acid cleaner will remove the iron, and allow the Stainless steel to oxidize cleanly which protects the metal from further corrosion.
In the event that your stainless steel receptacles have iron discoloration on them, follow these instructions to remove it.
1. Mix 1 tablespoon of baking soda in 2 cups of water.
2. Rub the baking soda solution on the stains using a toothbrush. Baking soda is non-abrasive and will gently lift the stains from the stainless steel. It also will not damage the grain of the stainless steel.
3. Rinse and wipe the spot with wet paper towel. You will see the rust-like particles on the paper towel.