Everyone has a lot of stainless steel tableware at home, but after using it for a long time, it will lose its original beautiful luster. It is a pity to throw it away. If you continue to use it, what should you do? Today, the Infull cutlery‘s editor is here to tell you make the stainless steel back to its luster!


× Wrong way


1. Use dish soap

Drop the detergent on the sponge and brush the dull areas, you will find that there is not much effect. Although the detergent has a strong decontamination ability, it cannot make the stainless steel shiny.


2. Use steel wire

If you wipe it with a steel wire ball, it will wipe out a lot of scratches, which will destroy the protective layer of the stainless steel surface, and the stainless steel will be easily corroded and rusted.


√ The right way


Tools: detergent, expired or leftover tomato sauce, a glass of water, an empty glass, a bottle cap, a small brush.


1.Squeeze a bottle of dishwashing liquid with a cap, and then pour the dishwashing liquid in the bottle cap into an empty cup.


2.Pour 2 caps of ketchup, and then pour the ketchup in the caps into a cup with detergent.


3.Then scoop 3 caps of clear water into the cup.


4.Stir the detergent in the cup according to the measurement, and then apply it on the tableware, brush the dull areas with a small brush, and soak for 10 minutes.


5.Finally, clean with water


Why is it that ordinary detergents can’t clean, but detergents with ketchup can easily clean barriers?


Reason: The acetic acid in tomato sauce chemically reacts with metal, which makes the stainless steel pot become bright as new. This method is also suitable for dirty and dark kitchen utensils.


Infull Cutlery Supplier reminds everyone that the following matters need to be paid attention to when using :


1. Pay attention to the low thermal conductivity of stainless steel, slow heat dissipation at the bottom, and the temperature is easy to concentrate. Therefore, when using stainless steel cookware, the firepower should not be too large. Try to make the bottom heating surface wide and even, so as to save fuel and prevent the food at the bottom of the pot from scorching. .


2. If the bottom of the pot is burnt with food sticking, it can be soaked in water and then gently scraped off with bamboo or wood chips. There is no need to scrape off with sharp tools such as kitchen knives; after washing, use a soft cloth to dry and place in a dry place.


3. After a period of use of the cooking utensils, a layer of mist will appear on the surface of the stainless steel, making the surface of the cooking utensils dark. At this time, it can be wiped with a soft cloth dipped in decontamination powder or detergent to restore the brightness. If the outer surface is blackened by smoke, this method can also be used.


4. The cooking utensils should avoid collision with sharp and hard objects, so as to avoid scratches and dents, which will affect the appearance and sealing performance.

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