Quality stainless steel cookware is among the best cookware a housewife can have, but also among the most expensive. Keep in mind that they are a bit demanding, and you have to know how to clean and care for them to make them last longer.
Utensils and cutlery, fridge or other stainless steel appliances are stylish and last over time. But they are also pretentious because, on their surface, any trace of stain or food scrap is seen.
Keep in mind that you can’t clean them with solution, and you have to avoid abrasive spongers and cleaning solutions, because it will damage that specific stainless steel gloss.
Even if you burned the food in a stainless steel pan, or you’ve dirt the stainless steel fridge with grease stains, don’t use corrosive substances to rub it.
How to get rid of burns and hardened fat from stainless steel cookware
– warm water
– dish detergent
– 1 teaspoon of baking soda
Put the burnt pot or pan in warm water with some dish detergent and baking soda, and let it soak for 1 hour. This solution will be very effective to remove any burnt stain from cookware.
Later, use a soft sponge and vigorously rub the burnt and grease spots from the stainless steel surfaces. The same tip is also useful for stainless steel or microwave ovens made from the same material.
If stains are hard to remove, just wipe the pan or pot with a paper towel, to remove any trace of water, and then sprinkle baking soda over the burnt stains, moisten a dish sponge in water, and rub gently the burnt pot. A soft paste will be formed. Leave this paste to act for a few hours, and then rub again with a soft sponge until you clean the area completely.
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