Do Magnets Stick to Stainless Steel?

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The magnetic may or may not stick on the stainless steel you have. This is primarily due to the fact that there is magnetic and non-magnetic stainless steel. The 400 series is the magnetic stainless steel while the 300 is the non-magnetic stainless steel.
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