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With the water and drain pipe fitted to a suitable outlet, be
sure the water and drain inlet/outlet connection
lever on the
Proper care and maintenance
will keep your module in top oper-
and prolong its life. Follow these cleaning proce-
on a timely
basis and your module
will stay clean
operate with minimum effort.
If needed, we suggest you wash the manufactured
surface using a mild soap and warm water solution only.
You can use a soft soapy cloth or sponge then rinse with
water. Never use abrasive cleaners, any cleaner contain-
ing bleach, scrubbers
or stiff wire bushes on the stone
can cause discoloration
of the painted surface.
Routine care and maintenance is required to preserve the
appearance and corrosion resistance of stainless steel. The
fact is stainless steel can corrode, rust and discolor under
certain conditions. Rust is caused when regular steel par-
ticles in the atmosphere become attached to the stainless
steel surface. Steel particles can also become attached to
your module if you use steel wool or stiff wire brushes to
clean the module instead of non-abrasive cloth, sponge or
nylon cleaning tools. In coastal areas rust pits can develop
on stainless surfaces that cannot be fully removed. Bleach
chlorine based solutions used for household and pool clean-
ing can also cause corrosion to stainless steel. Weather-
ing, extreme heat, smoke from cooking and machine oils
used in the manufacturing
of stainless steel can
cause stainless steel to turn tan in color. Although there are
many factors which can affect the surface appearance of
stainless steel, they do not affect the integrity of the steel or
of the module.
To help maintain the finish of stainless steel follow these
for the best results:
After every use, wipe stainless surfaces with a soft, soapy
cloth or sponge then rinse with water. Be sure to remove all
particles, sauces or marinades
from stainless steel
because these can be highly acidic and damaging to stain-
or stiff wire
brushes of any type on your module.
3. Use a heat resistant Stainless Steel Cleaner
and rub or
wipe in the direction of the stainless steel grain or polish
lines NOT against the grain.