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Let's talk about how to clean tea cans.

2024-01-26

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Let's talk about how to clean tea cans.

1. Prevent the tea tin from touching flames or placing it in hot areas. When the tea tin is heated to about 160 degrees Celsius, its material can become brittle and the utensils will fall off into powder or dish shape, resulting in damage.

2. Try to prevent the tea cans from touching oil stains. If you accidentally touch some stains that cannot be removed, do not use hard blocks to scrub the tea cans in the tea cans production factory. You can use incense ash to place the stains and scrub them with cotton cloth. The tea cans can be decontaminated.

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3. After cleaning the tea can, try to clean it completely and wipe it immediately, because the residual cleaning liquid and water droplets will damage the gloss of the surface of the tea can.

4. If you want to clean the tinplate tea box, clean it up and wipe it immediately.

5, frosted tinplate tea box, tinplate tea can manufacturers indicate that can be cleaned with warm soap liquid, while bright tinplate tea box, with higher quality silver wash water wipe, can maintain a smooth and beautiful gloss.

6. The frosted tea box can be cleaned with flat soap liquid, while the bright tea tin can can be made with high-quality silver washing water to keep the gloss.

Tinplate cans are not very easy to rust?

At present, many products are packaged with tinplate cans. The outer packaging of tinplate cans can not only improve the level of new products, but also can be recycled. In supermarkets, small shops and pharmacies, tinplate cans can be seen everywhere, such as the outer packaging of food cans, tea cans, moon cake cans, tinplate candy packaging boxes, skin care cans and health care products cans. Just like gifts, food, tea, medicine, skin care products and other fields are packaged with tinplate cans. Although tinplate cans are loved by customers, who knows if tinplate cans are very easy to rust?

Tinplate cans are generally not easy to rust, but the internal structure of the cans is wet and cold or placed in a humid environment, which is more likely to rust. In addition, the outer coating is damaged before corrosion occurs.

The raw material of tinplate cans is electroplated tin cold-rolled steel plate. Because the metallicity of iron and tin is different, the two metal materials are prone to oxidation-reduction reactions in the natural environment, causing the white iron sheet to corrode. However, there is basically no need to worry about this situation for the outer packaging of the treated iron cans. After all, before the iron cans are formed, the tinplate is rust-proof. One is that the packaging printing talks about varnish, which not only decorates the iron cans, but also uses the printing ink and surface varnish used for printing.

Today, Xiao Bian will not explain too much. Thank you for watching. Let's see you next time.