Most of the kitchen utensils used in commercial kitchens are made of stainless steel. Stainless steel kitchen utensils have been deeply loved by the back chefs for their rich advantages and many advantages. We must have the habit of maintenance when using stainless steel kitchenware, which can greatly extend the service life of stainless steel kitchenware. Linda Cookware tells everyone some tips for maintenance.
1. Remember to keep stainless steel kitchenware clean. Especially after storing condiments such as vinegar and soy sauce, wash them in time and keep the kitchen utensils dry. In this way, stainless steel kitchenware will not be corroded and damaged.
2. Do not use strong alkali, oxidizing baking powder, bleaching powder, etc. to clean stainless steel kitchenware.
3. After cleaning the stainless steel kitchenware, try to wipe off the water stains on the surface. The sulfur dioxide and sulfur trioxide produced during combustion meet with water to produce sulfuric acid and sulfuric acid, which will affect the service life of the utensils.
4. Remember not to burn out. Idle burning will cause the chrome plating on the surface of stainless steel kitchenware to age and fall off.
In reality, most chefs do not pay attention to the details of the kitchenware when they use kitchenware. More urging and reminding, slowly forming a habit will naturally pay attention to maintenance.
Jiangmen Jida Stainless Steel Products Co., Ltd. has been focusing on the research and development and production of stainless steel cookware for many years. It is professional because of its focus. Including wide-side pot series, trim-side pot series, composite steel pot series, hotel pot series, special-shaped pot series and so on. The products have passed a series of standard tests such as LGA, LFGB, FDA, etc., winning the love of our customers.
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