1) Tinplate is a type of iron, and if exposed to the air without restraint, it will naturally rust.
2) The split sheet should first be wrapped with a thin film, and the packaging should prevent hands and sweat from directly touching the surface and edges of the sheet.
3) All tinplates cannot be placed directly in the air, and must be isolated from the air with a wooden frame.
4) If it is a sheet that needs long-term storage, it is necessary to add several layers of wrapping film around the packaged sheet. To avoid moisture, frost, mist, etc.
5) Be careful not to open windows on damp days to avoid rainwater intrusion and getting wet. If conditions permit, small lime bags can be placed in each roll of waste to absorb moisture.
6) Tinplate should not be stored in a warehouse with a damp and dim environment. Attention should be paid to temperature and humidity control, and dry ventilation should be adhered to.