How to make kitchen stainless steel kitchenware not breed bacteria

- May 15, 2018-

 Many families are accustomed to rubbing washed dishes and dishes together in a cupboard, which is not conducive to the ventilation and drying of the dishes. The dishes that have just been washed are stacked together and are easily filled with water. Without ventilation, it is difficult for water to evaporate, and it will naturally breed bacteria. Some people like to dry their bowls with dry rags after washing dishes. However, there are many bacteria on the rags. This seemingly "clean" approach is counterproductive. In addition, the dishes are tied together and the dirt on the bottom of the last dish is all on the next dish.

  Keeping the dishes dry and clean is actually very simple. Experts suggest that you can set up a dish rack next to the sink. After the cleaning is completed, the dish is placed upright and the bowl is held upside down on the shelf. The dish can be dried naturally and it is both easy and hygienic.

   1. Chopsticks and knife holder to breathe

  The contact between the chopsticks and the oral cavity is the most direct and frequent. It must be kept dry during storage. Some people put the chopsticks in the cupboard after washing them, or place them in gas-tight plastic chopsticks. These practices are undesirable. It is best to choose a chopstick cylinder made of stainless steel wire and have good air permeability and nail it to the wall or in a ventilated place so that the water can be quickly drained. Others are accustomed to taking a clean cloth to protect dust from chopsticks. Actually, it is sufficient to rinse the water with a clean water before using it. Cloths can hinder the distribution of water. In addition, it is not advisable to place the kitchen knife in the unventilated drawers and knife holders. It is also advisable to choose a knife holder that has good air permeability.

  2. Hang up the stainless steel kitchenware

  Long handled spoons, colanders, spatula, etc. are all good helpers when cooking soup, but many people are accustomed to putting these utensils in drawers, or in pans and frying spoons, and putting on lids, which is also not conducive to Keep dry.

 The cutting board is easy to absorb water, and the surface is often covered with scratches and sew, and the residue of fresh food is often hidden. If the food is not thoroughly cleaned and improperly stored, the rot of the food residue will cause the bacteria to multiply, and even the mildew on the surface of the cutting board can be contaminated.

 To solve these problems, you may wish to make a small revolution in the kitchen: Install a solid bar between the cabinet and the cabinet, or at a convenient place on the wall, and attach a hook to the bar. Put the cleaned spatula, colander, egg beater, vegetable basket, etc. on the top, and wipe the rags, dish cloths, and towel towels on the far side of these utensils. Robust hooks hang the cutting board so it's dry. With this approach, the kitchen can also be kept clean and tidy, and all kinds of utensils can be picked up easily. It should be noted that the objects that are hung and placed outside the cabinet are naturally contaminated with dust when they are air-dried and should be carefully rinsed before use.