How do you remove burnt stuff from stainless steel pan?
Soak in soapy water overnight. Lather, rinse, repeat. Sometimes this can take days. But it will come off. If it is really bad and after you get the debris off, you may have to shine it back with steel wool. But, this is worth it. This is stainless, not some crappy aluminum that I would probably tell you to throw in the gutter and git anutter. If it got so hot that it turned blueish, it's still OK. But, it won't look like it did. Unless it's really thin, cheap Chinese job, it's still worth it.
Stainless steel is an alloy of steel (which is iron with a bit of carbon) and the element chromium. The chromium content of stainless steel varies, but is generally a bit over 10% to give it the "stainless" effect. It is the chromium in the steel alloy that inhibits rusting and gives this stuff the "stainless" tag.
Is satin nickel or stainless steel cabinet hardware a better match with todays brushed stainless steel appliances?
Stainless steel cabinet hardware is definitely a better match than satin nickel for todays brushed stainless steel appliances. However, when it comes to stuff like (entry or closet) door handles or lighting trims for example, you'll find that satin nickel is an acceptable match when stainless steel is not an available option.
There are many grades of stainless steel 303, 306 and such for various uses. The stainless steel you need is 316LVM and it's classification needs to be surgical stainless steel. Beware of junk jewellery calling it's self surgical steel, that's why you go to a professional body piercer who has many years of experience behind them. The wrong stuff can cause various problems including nickle sensitivity.
On a 1972 Buick Skylark are there any aftermarket transmission lines that are flexible and adjustable instead of using steel lines?
A lot of hot rods and high performance vehicles use braided stainless steel line, which can be cut to length and routed however you want. The best size for the Skylark would be AN-6, but you would also have to get special fittings for the transmission and radiator or cooler. This stuff is typically available at shops and internet outlets that sell performance parts.
I'm not sure about gold, but I am allergic to cheap metals like the little necklaces you get at the dollar store and stuff. I have to buy stainless steel or gold. Anything else makes me break out and gives me a headache. So I would think that gold probably can cause skin allergies too, just depends on who you are I guess.
Which of these require more energy to heat it from 10 degrees Celsius to 20 degrees Celsius 200 kg of steel 200 kg of aluminum or 100 kg of steel?
Well there are several kinds of materials to choose from, but if you are getting the piercing done by a professional body piercer they will have a good selection of starter jewellery to choose from (keeping the cost down but yet still providing the best material possible within a budget). Beware of junk jewellery vendors selling what they call quality jewellery, this stuff looks cheap and trust me it is cheap and usually of substandard…
On the outside I would suggest you use only a mild solution of water and liquid dish soap. On the inside, do the same to dissolve any oils or grease there may be found. Rinse the interior with a solution of warm water and baking soda. A solution of one gallon of water to 1/4 cup of baking soda will help to keep odors controlled and remove any soapy residue. Keep patience on the inside…
I have done it before with a s/s dishwasher hinge, using mapp gas, 750 degree jewelers silver solder and high temp flux. you need keep the s/s from firestain long enough to get it all up to temperature. it was difficult. If you have a larger bonding area, evo stiks serious stuff is unbelievably strong when used with clamps to set.