Why Does The Stainless Steel Water Bottle Have White Scale?

- Dec 24, 2020-

Scale is a white lumpy or powdery substance that gradually forms when the minerals contained in hard water is boiled and attached to containers (such as pots, pots, etc.). The main components are calcium carbonate, magnesium carbonate, calcium sulfate, magnesium sulfate, calcium chloride, Magnesium chloride and so on. The thermal conductivity of scale is very poor. If the scale formed in the boiler is too thick, the efficiency of the boiler will be reduced, and it will cause the boiler to burst and cause a boiler accident. 

Removal method: 1. Remove scale with vinegar. Put a few spoons of vinegar in the water. After boiling, the alkali can be removed. 2 Wipe stainless steel products clean and bright with orange peel. Dip the orange peel on the inner layer with decontamination powder and rub it. This rubbing can prevent scratches from appearing, it looks extra bright and can be used as waste.