Everyone is familiar with stainless steel pots. As a necessary tool for people to cook food, pots still play a relatively large role in people's lives. Of course, pots also have many materials. Each pot has its own advantages and disadvantages. In the past, people liked to use iron pots. and aluminum pans, but with the emergence of various problems, aluminum pans have basically disappeared in people’s lives now, and iron pans have always troubled people because of the problem of rust, so iron pans have also become people’s backup. However, stainless steel pots have great advantages, because stainless steel pots do not have to worry about rust, and are easier to use and more beautiful in appearance, so they become the choice of many people, but it is more difficult to clean stainless steel pots after they are burnt. Because stainless steel pots cannot be cleaned with steel wool or the like, it will damage the surface structure and affect the appearance.
Among all the pots in the kitchen, the stainless steel pot is probably the one we use most often. Whether it is cooking or stewing, we have to use it. Although the stainless steel pot will not rust, it will last for a long time.
However, in the process of use, it is inevitable that due to a little carelessness or excessive use of fire, the bottom of the pot will be scorched, yellow and black, forming a layer of dirt that is difficult to clean. At this time, you can't wash it off with detergent, so what should we do? Let's take a look at the correct way to save time and effort.
First, we need to clarify two points:
1. The stainless steel pot cannot be washed with cold water immediately after use, because the sudden production of a large amount of water mist will increase our cleaning burden, it is recommended to treat it with warm water.
Moreover, warm water can also soften the residual oil stains on the pot to a certain extent, making it easy to clean.
2. Do not use rough and hard cleaning products such as steel wool to wipe and clean, because this will damage the pot body. It is recommended to use a sponge brush or scouring pad to clean it.