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June 12th, 2007

Nanotechnology treatment against Tea Staining and Coastal Corrosion on Stainless Steel available

Abstract:
Tea staining is related to the surface roughness of the stainless steel in combination with salt contamination. Rough surface finishes and lower grade steel can promote tea staining.

A new product, which offers a solution to remove the tea stains and to protect the surface from new staining, in one easy to use application, is now available from Nanovations.

NH 2015 is oil free and not film building Nanotechnology enhanced surface treatment.

It removes all staining and soiling and leaves behind a shinny clean surface and a water and dirt repellent surface effect.

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infolink.com.au

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