Polished Snorkels: Being that the snorkels are built in 316 stainless, there is little chance for tea staining or browning of the surface. If it does happen to discolour, the snorkel can be polished using general car polish and a rag. Should this not remove the marking, a fine scotch brite pad can be used in the direction of the grain. This will dull the snorkel surface and require polishing afterwards. Keep in mind any process will change the surface appearance and need to be applied to the majority of the snorkel to blend out the treatment.
Powder coated snorkels:There is little needed on powder coated products. The snorkel can be wipedover with some inox on a rag to blend out any light scratches. It is not recommended to polish a satinfinish powder coated product, as this will turn it to gloss, which cannot be reversed. Should a deepscratch occur, the snorkel will need to be re–coated to completely rectify the defect