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How to avoid finger prints on matte finish pots?




I want to know if there is a way we can minimise the finger print impressions on the matte finished steel pots and pans?

Jitendra Agarwal
- Mumbai, Mahrashtra, India
2003



simultaneous replies 2003

Dear Mr. Argarwal,

I assume you are manufacturing the pots and pans. A simple solution is to have the employees wear white cotton gloves when handling the items after finishing. This will be very helpful in avoiding the finger prints.

Best regards,

Jim Sivertsen
- Alden, New York, USA



Naturally, the best way is not to handle the pots by hand at all. In lieu of that, wear cotton gloves or equivalent.

tony kenton
AF Kenton
retired business owner - Hatboro, Pennsylvania
2003




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