Interesting Facts About Stainless Steel

Stainless steel is an ideal metal for many different environments. It’s corrosion resistant and low maintenance, making it desirable for both indoor and outdoor applications. Want to learn more about stainless steel? Here are six interesting links from around the […]

How to Polish Stainless Steel With Olive Oil

At Tampa Steel and Supply, we love our stainless steel for its sleek, contemporary look. However, this “stainless” metal doesn’t always live up to its name, especially when used in the kitchen or exposed to outdoor elements. To keep your stainless […]

Is Stainless Steel Cookware Safe?

Stainless steel is a popular metal known for its durable, versatile and corrosion properties. While stainless steel is used in everything from automobile parts to medical tools, it is also commonly found in kitchens. Are you using stainless steel cookware […]

Aluminum vs Stainless Steel

Whether you realize it or not, it’s nearly impossible to go about your day without coming into contact with stainless steel or aluminum. From your car to your kitchen sink, these two metals are everywhere. Although stainless steel and aluminum […]

Famous Stainless Steel Sculptures

The 1970s were a monumental era for stainless steel, as artists began using the steel s a medium in their work. Since then, sculptors from all over the globe have used stainless steel to craft iconic pieces of art. 3 […]

What Is a Cable Rail?

Stylish and strong, cable railing is a great, versatile option for your next railing project. As a system of sleek steel cables suspended through wood or metal posts, cable rails are durable and yet subtle. Tampa Steel and Supply is […]

How to Sand Stainless Steel

Stainless steel is known for its clean, sleek look that adds a contemporary feel to any kitchen or outdoor area. And while this metal is quite durable, it’s not completely resistant to scratches. Even a tiny scratch on your stainless […]

How to Prevent Stainless Steel from Rusting

We all know that corrosion, the process through which metals deteriorate, is very common in steel products. Most typically, we see corrosion in the form of rust, a red-brown brown substance formed through an electrochemical process involving water, oxygen and […]