I'll have to try to find the name again but a couple months ago I hauled a
whole load of aluminum and stainless tool box's from a plant in Adrian,MI.
They weren't just boxing them up, they were fully manufacturing the whole
box right here in the US.
We bought some Chinese flatware from WalMart. So-called stainless and
it rusts but only the odd piece. A couple of knives and one spoon.
China is driving the price of scrap metal over the top and is making
products for sale on the world market with that scrap. There is no
way for them to be able to guarantee the alloy and so some of the
Some real cheap stainless rusts and sometimes even good alloys, when
in contact with ferrous metals can rust. The dog's dish has rust
stains but that is only because of the high iron content in our well
oh well. I repeated to my wife that familiar old saw. "Buy cheap,
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