How To Clean Your Stainless Steel Cookware

Cleaning Stainless Steel Cookware

Stainless steel cookware is very durable and some of the easiest to clean cookware there is due to its easy to maintain surface. Even so it can get dirty and here are some tips to show you the best ways to keep it clean for future use.

The best way to clean stainless steel is pretty much how you clean everything else in the kitchen. Just use fairly warm soapy water to wipe every thing down. A scrubbing sponge is good for getting rid of stuff that has dried on a bit. Dry off your cookware afterwards with a cloth and then let it dry properly.

If you have got some dried or baked on stains, pour hot water into the pan or let it sit in hot water for 30 minutes or so. Then use a scrubber to get that dirt off once it has loosened up.

Cleaning Burnt Stainless Steel

If you have used your stainless steel cookware at a high heat and it has discolored or stained then one of the best products you can use to get the shine back is Bar Keepers Friend. This uses oxalic acid as its main ingredient and is very good at cleaning up stainless steel that has been burnt or discolored. It is an irritant though so avoid contact with the skin and wear gloves when using. Also avoid chlorine or ammonia based cleaners as they make take the shine and polish off of your stainless steel.

If you want something a little less severe for cleaning lemon juice and water or vinegar and water can make good alternative solutions for cleaning up your stainless steel pots too.

Try not to leave food in your stainless steel pots for an extended period of time. If you need to store food its best kept in other containers and glss is probably that best for storing food for an extended period of time.

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