Corrosion on the base of your stainless steel tables in a restaurant kitchen are not just unsightly and an instant fail during a routine inspection. The assumption is that stainless steel tables are supposed to be the most durable option when ordering table fixtures, which is true. However, the bases of the stainless steel table and the legs are made using sheet metal which is an untreated metal and prone to oxidation and stains. Over time the oxidation can get so bad that the structure of the table can become unstable, a huge risk when your kitchen staff is chopping, prepping, or serving food.
A lot of times people go out and replace these tables not knowing that they can be saved. The average cost for these tables both used and new can be as high as $300 to $400. This price includes the tables that are mounted to the wall or dishwashing appliances. We have the ability to save the table and give it the life extension that it needs to pass health inspections, maintain its structural ability and reduces the downtime that would exist if a replacement table is sought.
We treat the surface with a solution that stops rust in its tracks. Then remove any remaining surface rust that could potentially emerge down the road and finally apply an even coat of waterproof and rust proof paint to the surface. Most times we can color match and make your table look new again at a fraction of the cost of purchasing a new table.