Will stainless steel glass door hinges rust?
1. Many people don't believe that stainless steel glass door hinges will rust, because most of us think that stainless steel is anti-rust. If it rusts, it is not stainless steel. In fact, from a professional point of view, stainless steel glass door hinges rely on a thin and strong protective film formed on the surface to prevent the entry of oxygen, thereby obtaining corrosion resistance.
2. But if the protective film is destroyed for some reason, oxygen will enter and it will naturally be corroded, that is, rust will occur.
3. In daily life, it can be divided into several common situations. One is that the surface of stainless steel glass door hinges has acid, alkali, salt and other similar substances, which cause local corrosion, and the other is that there is juice on the surface, such as soup, vegetable juice, etc. If you wait for a long time, the soup will produce organic acid to corrode the surface of stainless steel. Therefore, not all stainless steel glass door hinges will not rust, and maintenance should be paid attention to in daily life.