- Posted Anna Lipkovskaya
- Date: May 17, 2017 at 11:09 am
How to clean a stainless steel pot at home
One of the quality and safe materials suitable for the manufacture of dishes, is stainless steel. Such pans are notable for their unsurpassed appearance, as well as low thermal conductivity, which allows you to cook food in a short period of time. Steel does not form cracks, it does not enter into chemical reactions and does not possess pores, in which many harmful bacteria accumulate. However, like any other utensils, stainless steel pots are subject to various types of contamination. Wash burnt dishes, remove carbon deposits, grease, stains from the surface of the housewife.
Types of pollution on the stainless steel pot
No one is immune from the annoying missteps arising during cooking.Practically every housewife encountered situations in her life when, due to her own carelessness, the contents of the saucepan burned, spoiling the aesthetic appeal of the product both inside and outside.
Burnt Pan - The Most Frequent Type of Stainless Steel Pollution
The main pollution that most people who use stainless steel products face are:
- burnt leftover food;
- old fat;
- soot on the walls of the pan from the outside and inside;
- rainbow spots and stains.