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Why surgical stainless steel?


Stainless steel is an ideal material for parents looking for organic options for their babies. Stainless steel eliminates the need to worry over chemicals like BPA or phthalates. Our products are always manufactured in the EU so parents can be sure that kids are not putting lead or cadmium in their mouths.


All KeyMe products are also easy to clean and nonporous, which helps maintain a hygienic environment. They can be cleaned with warm/soapy water, steamed and YES they are even Dishwasher Safe - You can put KeyMe Figurines in the dishwasher!

Safe, Clean and Durable

Surgical stainless steel is non-corrosive, more durable and rust resistant compared to its food grade counterpart, and is a more hygienic option since it has easy cleaning properties, which is the reason that it is used in hospitals and laboratories.


Stainless steel is considered a low-allergy material and 316L surgical stainless steel the best among them.

Heat, Fire and Impact resistant

Surgical stainless steel is heat, fire and impact resistant. No one should have to worry about fires, but we know you do have to worry about toys left in hot cars, dishwashers or left outside in the sun. No need to worry KeyMe Figurines can handle anything Mother Nature can throw at them.


Stainless steel is 100% recyclable and the average stainless steel product contains over 50% recycled material. Stainless steel has longevity and this is why we offer a lifetime warranty on all our figurines.


Surgical steel vs stainless steel

While surgical steel is a type of stainless steel, all stainless steels are not surgical steels. Surgical steels have the greatest amount of corrosion resistance and are for biomedical applications. When compared to other steel types, stainless steel is typically the most expensive. Then, among stainless steel, surgical steel is the most expensive.

Because of material expense, most often, stainless steels are used in culinary applications.

Surgical steel’s uses are relegated to biomedical applications such as surgical instruments.