Maintenance of stainless steel kitchenware
Learn that stainless steel kitchenware and other metal kitchenware are the same, most of them simply turn black once heated. To prevent this kind of reaction, it is very important for the appearance treatment of new kitchenware. As long as a small amount of grease, such as peanut oil or animal oil, is coated on the surface of the tableware before use, it is necessary to heat the food with a gentle fire for a period of time. After the surface of the kitchenware is attached with an oil anti-oxidation film, it can be used normally according to your needs.
1、 After using kitchen utensils for a period of time, a layer of mist will appear on the surface of stainless steel, making the appearance of kitchen utensils dark. At this time, it can be wiped with a soft cloth stained with dirt powder or detergent, which can recover the brightness. If the outer surface is blackened by smoke, this method can also be used.
2、 When using stainless steel pot, do not let the bottom of the pot have water stains. Especially when it is used in the coal ball furnace, because the coal ball contains sulfur, sulfur dioxide and sulfur trioxides will occur when it is burned. Once it meets water, it will generate sulphite and sulfuric acid, which will corrode the bottom of the boiler.
3、 Because the thermal conductivity of stainless steel is small, the heat dissipation at the bottom is slow, and the temperature is simple and converging, the fire power should not be too large when using stainless steel kitchenware, and the heating surface at the bottom should be wide and even as far as possible, so as to save fuel and prevent food from burning at the bottom of the pot.
4、 If there is food on the bottom of the pot, it can be soaked in water and then gently scraped off with bamboo and wood chips, without using sharp tools such as kitchen knife; after cleaning, it can be used for drying with soft cloth and then placed in a dry place.
Stainless steel kitchenware shall be prevented from colliding with sharp and hard objects, so as to avoid scratches and dents affecting the appearance and sealing function.