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Depending on the composition of the stainless steel, a magnet may or may not stick to it. Stainless steels are alloyed steels containing iron, carbon and other components. The iron is strongly magnetic, but the other com... More »

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Type 304 stainless steel is not magnetic, according to Bosun Supplies Company. This steel, along with other 300-series stainless steel types, is an austenitic stainless steel. Unlike ferritic steels, austenitic steels do... More »

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304 stainless steel has excellent corrosion resistance, is easy to fabricate, adapts well to physical changes in its environment and maintains high strength despite its low weight. The 304 variety of stainless steel is t... More »

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Magnets generally do stick to stainless steel, though exceptions to the rule can be found. Steel is composed mostly of iron, which is often naturally magnetic and can easily be magnetized. Magnetic stainless steel is usu... More »

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Magnets do not stick to stainless steel refrigerators. This applies to refrigerators that are made of high grade stainless steel. More »

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An iron nail can be made into a magnet by wrapping it with insulated copper wire and letting low-voltage direct current run through the coil. The iron nail will become a temporary magnet. More »

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