Cookware Sets

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Stainless Steel
Non Stick
Cast Iron

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How to Clean Stainless Steel Cookware

  • Hand-washing: Even if the manufacturer may ensure that their products can be put in the dishwasher, the best way to make it last for long is hand-washing. Dishwasher is allowed for occasional Thanksgiving party or tired days; however, for daily cleaning, normal treat of hand-washing with soapy water for caring the shiny finish.
  • Begin with warm water: First thing you have to do is to clean the inner surface by soaking the tools with water then heat them till the water starts to boil. The hot water is able to escape bacteria within the residue of the food. Besides, it is safe and will not reduce the quality of the steel.
  • For daily cleaning, you can wash them with warm water and detergent. You can use an abrasive sponge for gentle scrubbing. Or, you can pour boiling water into the stained pan to remove the heavy dirt. If you find the remnants of food difficult to remove, you may also use vinegar and lemon juice. Then dry your cookware carefully with soft cloth.
  • Don't store dried food: One thing you have to pay attention, do not let the remnants of food get dry. When they are dried, they will be hardened and stuck onto your cookware. Such remnant is difficult to remove. That is why you are suggested to clean your stainless cookware as soon as possible before it gets cool.
  • Soft cleanser & cleaner: Do not use any abrasive cleansers, unless you’ll lose shiny cookware surface. Remember you can only use abrasive sponge. Abrasive cleansers, such as chlorine bleach or ammonia-based cleansers, will damage the finish of stainless cookware. Besides, the substances of such cleansers are not good for your health.
  • Bring shiny surface back: Want to bring back your stainless cookware to brand-new shiny look? Just sprinkle on some baking soda and rub it gently with softy sponge. Then dry it with towel or soft cloth. However, for heavy-duty cookware that used to get burnt, Bar Keepers Friend Cookware Cleanser ($8.95) is a good alternative to make it easier.

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