A container for storing garbage, made of stainless steel. Stainless steel trash cans are highly durable because they are resistant to weak corrosive media such as air, steam, stainless steel trash cans, and chemically etched media such as acids, alkalis, and salts. The trash can made of stainless steel body is also fireproof and durable. In 1912, the British metallurgical expert Henry Breelley fused chromium to steel to produce an alloy suitable for the rifle barrel. Brellley realized that the metal produced after fusion is resistant to rust. In fact he provided a formula of 18% chromium plus 8% nickel. Brellley suggested that this pair of cutting tools would be ideal. Moreover, in 1941 he had used this material to make a knife and a fork. This metal is known as "stainless steel." The rust-resistant properties of stainless steel, combined with its shimmering appearance, make it a popular kitchen item in the mid-20th century. Kitchen sinks, pot racks, door handles and even furniture are often made of stainless steel. Because the trash can receives all kinds of waste, it is surrounded by bacteria, viruses and mold every day, thus polluting the indoor environment. Therefore, it is also a "bacterial nest" that is extremely easy to hide. Some garbage bins on the market may have some radioactive substances or harmful volatile substances due to unclear sources of plastic materials. There are certain health hazards, but stainless steel and bamboo weaving not only have such problems, but also easy to clean. In addition, the smaller trash can can encourage people to dump garbage and shorten the time of germ growth.