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Thick stainless steel flat plate - BPA free ,provides easy release of baked-goods and easy clean up; wash with hot water, mild soap and gentle sponge.

If the stainless steel product can be attracted by magnets, it shows that it contains a high amount of iron and nickel. Such stainless steel products are generally not very good corrosion resistance, because the "stainless" nature of stainless steel mainly comes from chromium metal.

There are many kinds of stainless steel, which can be divided into several types according to the structure at room temperature.

1. Austenite type: 304, 321, 316, 310, etc.

2. Martensite or ferrite type: 430, 420, 410, etc.

Austenite type is nonmagnetic or weak magnetic, martensite or ferrite is magnetic.

So our 304 stainless steel can not be absorbed by magnets.

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