How to keep pans from deteriorating and always looking new: tips
Washing dishes is a common task for every housewife, but even here there are nuances. During cooking, grease stains form on the pans that are difficult to get rid of, so most people try to clean them immediately, but they don't even realize that this only spoils the dishes.
OBOZ.UA has found tips that will help you keep your pots in good condition. You do not need to buy special chemicals, just follow the simple rules.
The owners make a common mistake when they take the pan off the stove and immediately start washing it with cold water to lower the temperature. Of course, it is better to wash the dishes immediately after cooking to avoid stubborn dirt, but avoid cold water.
Rinsing a hot pot with cold water can damage the material and leave stains on the surface. Instead, rinse the container with warm or even hot water, or wait until the pan has cooled completely.
Soak the pan after cooking with warm water for 30-40 minutes. This will soften the grease and food particles so you can easily clean everything with a sponge and dishwashing detergent. A gentle rubbing motion will remove all the dirt and keep the surface nice and shiny.
Vinegar is a versatile tool in the fight against stubborn dirt and pungent odors. The acidity will soften grease and restore shine to your dishes. Mix vinegar with water in a ratio of 1:6, moisten a clean sponge and gently wipe the necessary areas. Then rinse with warm water.
Wipe down the cookware
Always wipe pots and pans with a clean cloth after washing them. If you leave them wet, the material may tarnish and lose its shine. Water stains will also appear, which will significantly affect the appearance of the dishes.
Earlier, OBOZ.UA published an elementary method that will help polish a stainless steel sink.