AISI 316L Stainless steel

Radomonte, a brand that reveals its character in a fundamental choice: the exclusive use of stainless steel in the manufacture of its products, in polished and brushed variants.

Stainless steel is an inert material, and therefore capable of remaining unaltered over time. Its extreme surface resistance protects it from the corrosive action of rust and external agents, guaranteeing it an eternal life.

It is also an environmentally friendly material: it can be 100% recycled an infinite number of times, does not produce substances harmful to man or the environment and requires lower processing temperatures than other metal alloys.

The Radomonte tapware collections are made of AISI 316L stainless steel.

Steel is an alloy of iron and carbon that in the AISI 316L variant, a variant of stainless steel with a low carbon content, is characterised by being even more resistant to the action of salts and chlorides.

The extreme surface compactness of stainless steel also makes it a material with high hygienic qualities, as it prevents dirt and bacteria from settling and makes it easier to clean.

Stainless steel cleaning and maintenance

All Radomonte products are made of stainless steel, a highly hygienic material that guarantees extreme durability. However, it is essential to take certain precautions when cleaning and maintaining stainless steel so that it retains its characteristics and does not lose its surface brilliance.

Stainless steel: what not to do

When cleaning stainless steel, avoid using abrasive cloths or sponges, aggressive detergents and corrosive substances such as those containing chlorine (bleach), muriatic acid or descaling agents.

Stainless steel: how to clean it

To ensure that your stainless steel taps always remain shiny, after each use, wipe off any water deposits that might otherwise turn to limescale with a soft cloth.
Use a neutral detergent and a soft cloth for cleaning.

Especially in the case of spray cleaners, soak the cloth with the cleaner and do not spray it directly onto the faucet.

Rinse the faucet thoroughly after cleaning and dry it with a dry cloth or greaseproof kitchen paper, which will bring out its shine.