Stainless Steel is long-lasting and extremely durable. This is due to its resistance to tarnish and rust. It’s popular for cooking, kitchen appliances, and sinks for these very reasons.
To ensure you get the longest life from your pots and appliances, you need to know how to clean them properly.
Pot And Pan Cleaning Guide
If you cook with Stainless Steel, the best way to clean them is with hot water or hydrogen peroxide. You will also need baking soda and a scrubbing pad.
This Infographic is a great one to pin as it shows you how to clean all your pots and pans and ensure the best result.
via Mrs. January
How To Clean Stainless Steel Sink
via Mrs. January
You’ll love this quick handy tip on how to Clean a Stainless Steel Sink. It removes any rust stains and cleans blocked drains at the same time. All you need is some Baking Soda and an old toothbrush as shown by Mrs. January above.
She suggests you sprinkle a small amount of Baking Soda over the sink, making sure the corners and the drain are well covered. Then run a bit of water into the sink, dampen an old soft toothbrush and scrub the baking soda in circular movements.
Clean Sink With Lemons
Over on Themtapicture we found this easy way to clean your kitchen sink using a lemon and coarse salt.
This truly works. We have tried it and we assure you that the results are exceptional. Use this method to sanitize your bread boards too.
Stainless Steel Sink Cleaner
Here’s a simple recipe for cleaning your Stainless Steel Sink.
1. rinse the sink thoroughly with hot water
2. soak a soft cloth in some white vinegar
3. sprinkle baking soda on a cloth
5. wipe off with a damp sponge
6. rinse with clear water
Stainless Steel Appliance Cleaner
via Bitz and Giggles
Here’s another great tip from Bitz and Giggles. Just look at the transformation in the photos above. You can easily remove sticky fingerprints and smudges from your appliances.
All you need is some soft paper towel and Olive Oil. It’s natural and inexpensive and you will love the results!
How To Cook Without Food Sticking
via our savory life
Did you know that one of the reasons why stainless steel cookware is so popular is that the steel has pores (a bit like your skin). If your pan isn’t heated up properly pores opening and closing will latch onto your food, making it stick when you try to turn it over.
You can cook fish, chicken, or any food easily in your Stainless Steel Pan without it sticking when you use this tip from Our Savory Life.
Simply drop an eighth of a teaspoon of cold water into the pan as it heats up. You need to measure the water precisely with your measuring spoons as 1/4 of a tsp is too much. If nothing happens, the pan is too cold, if it bubbles and steams, the pan is too hot – when you see a perfect bubble forming, it’s just right.
How To Clean A Burnt Stainless Steel Pot
You can clean a burnt on Stainless Steel Pot quickly and easily with just White Vinegar and water. You won’t even need to scrub hard. Click Play above to view the Video now ^