Stainless steel kitchen utensils can be said to be a wonderful flower in the tableware industry, and it is loved and supported by more and more people. Housewives are also willing to use stainless steel kitchen utensils to cook delicious food for their families, which is to add visual food, but also to protect the health of food, so that family members feel more comfortable eating. But as a perfect housewife, you should understand the cleaning and maintenance of stainless steel kitchen utensils. Are you a perfect housewife? Learn it!
5 major maintenance methods for stainless steel kitchenware:
1. Keep the kitchen utensils clean, often scrub, and keep the cookware dry.
Remember to keep the kitchen utensils clean and often scrub, especially after storing seasonings such as vinegar and soy sauce, and clean them in a timely manner. In this way, kitchen utensils will not be corroded, and they will be able to maintain their beautiful appearance.
2. Do not use alkaline or strong oxidizing baking soda, bleach, etc. for cleaning.
Do not use alkaline or strong oxidizing baking soda, bleach, etc. for cleaning. Because these substances react electrochemically with stainless steel, causing dishware to rust. The experience of Xiao Bian tells everyone that dishware rust not only affects its beauty, but also reduces its service life.
3. Apply a layer of vegetable oil before use.
Before use, a thin layer of vegetable oil can be applied to the surface of the cookware and then dried on a fire. This means that a protective film is applied to the surface of the cookware. In this way, it is easy to use and can increase the service life.
4. After the stainless steel kitchenware is cleaned, the appearance of the water traces should be wiped clean.
Because when heated, the sulfur dioxide and sulfur trioxide that are generated by the combustion will produce sulfurous acid and sulfuric acid when they encounter water, which will affect the service life of the vessel. This is not what the perfect housewife can do. Don't be lazy.
5. Remember that stainless steel cookware cannot be burned.
Because the stainless steel cookware has low thermal conductivity and slow heat transfer time, the air burn will cause aging and shedding of the chrome plating on the cookware surface.