Stainless steel is a metal that has a high resistance to corrosion.
It can also be used as a protective material for metal fittings.
It’s lighter than stainless steel, but has a much higher boiling point, which is why it’s sometimes called “liquid stainless” or “liquid steel.”
Stainless steel washes away easily and is less likely to corrode.
When stainless steel is used as an abrasive material, the metal is not removed by a water bath but is broken down by the water.
The process causes the metal to break down into more fine particles and is referred to as “stainage.”
The liquid stainless is used to make jewelry, dishware, and other items.
The US government began using stainless steel for stainless steel accessories in 2012.
Stainless steel does not break down and is not harmful to the environment, and the chemical used in the process does not leach into the environment.