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Home > Different cookware’s cleaning methods

Everybody likes eating delicious dishes. However, not everyone want to wash these cookware. Whatever the material is, you need to know a few tips about cleaning your home cookware. It could be aluminum, cast-iron, clay and enamel or copper.

Clay cookware need to be soaked in water first for about half an hour before using them for the first time. Soak the top and the bottom and scrub well with a stiff brush to remove clay dust. Do not put hot clay cookware on a cold surface or it might crack.

For an aluminum cookware set, you need to watch out for discoloration. To protect Aluminum Cookware from discoloration, do not wash it in a dishwasher or let it soak in soapy water for long periods of time. If there are already signs of interior discoloration, fill the pan with water, add 1 tablespoon cream of tartar or 1 tablespoon lemon juice per quart of water, and simmer until the discoloration is gone. Complete the process by wiping the pan with steel-wool soap pad. Make sure to wear rubber gloves.

Wash Cast Iron Cookware with sudsy water and then dry thoroughly. Make sure that you store in a dry cupboard without its lid in place. Never wash cast-iron cookware in the dishwasher, it will remove the seasoning on the cookware and cause rust.

Always let Enamel Cookware cool before washing. Sudden changes in temperature will cause the enamel coating to crack. Enamelware can be washed safely in the dishwasher. Use synthetic and not steel cleansers to scrub stubborn oil.

Whatever the material is, you need to know a few tips about cleaning your home cookware. It could be aluminum, cast-iron, clay and enamel or copper.

1. Taking care for all sorts of cookware begins with reading the manufacturer’s instructions.

2. Wash all pots and pans thoroughly both inside and out after use.

3. If baked-on food makes it necessary for washing the pans in soapsuds, make sure to dry the pans thoroughly after washing over a warm burner. It would be better if you rub vegetable oil into the pan using a paper towel.

4. Keep gas flames low while cooking to prevent heat stains on the outside of pans and so they don’t fill the side of the pot.

5. Do not subject cookware to sudden temperature changes. Before you wash or soak, allow cookware to cool first.