Thanks to its durability and attractiveness, stainless steel has become one of the finest material in producing kitchenware, especially pots and pans. Preventing food sticking, low maintenance required, – is there any better material to use in your kitchen? But then, being good does not mean being perfect. Similar to other kitchen gadgets, stainless steel cookware also needs regular cleaning routine. That’s why, this series is conducted, to provide you towards a cleaning guide towards stainless steel kitchen supplies. The first post ever is about cleaning burn food off for your dear pots and pans. Few example of stainless steel pots/pans and pieces of advice made will be listed as follows.
- Cleaning stainless steel kitchenware with boiling water
- Scrub away as much food as possible with a non-abrasive scrubber.
- Fill the whole pot/pan with water and dish soap.
- Boil them all.
- Scrape away excess food with a spatula, gently.
- Cleaning stainless steel kitchenware with vinegar and baking soda
- Fill the bottom of the pot/pan with water
- Add 1 cup of vinegar
- Boil them all
- Once boiling, remove from the heat and add in 2 cups of baking soda.
- Mix them all then empty the pan.
- Get rid of remaining food particles with a non-abrasive sponge or a scrubber.
3.Cleaning stainless steel kitchenware with salt and lime
- Squeeze lime juice into your pan
- Add salt
- Let the mixture rest in the pan for 5 to 7 minutes
- Sprinkle more salt
- Scrub with a non-abrasive scrubber.
- Rinse and dry once the excess food is removed.