Vegetable oil: Before using stainless steel tableware, apply a thin layer of vegetable oil on the surface, and then dry it, which is beneficial to the cleaning of the tableware and can also extend the use time. Wipe dry: When cleaning stainless steel tableware, wipe off the water stains on the surface. When used on a briquettes stove, the sulfur dioxide and sulfur trioxide that will be produced will produce sulfurous acid and sulfuric acid after encountering water, which affects the length of use. Soaking: Do not soak stainless steel tableware in water for a long time, otherwise the surface of the tableware will be dull and lusterless. Stainless steel transfers heat faster, so don’t use violent fire after putting oil in the stainless steel pot.
Dishwashing liquid: To clean stainless steel tableware, you can first remove the stains on the tableware with soap, and then wipe the tableware with a dry cloth. You can also wipe it with a soft cloth dipped in detergent. Steel ball: Do not use a steel ball to scrub, it is easy to leave marks, use a soft cloth or buy a special cleaning agent. Wash it in time after use, otherwise the stainless steel tableware will be dim and dented. White vinegar: Stainless steel tableware will show coffee-colored rust after a long time. It is the substance formed by the aggregation of minerals in the water for a long time. Pour a small amount of white vinegar into a stainless steel pot and shake it well, then bring it to a boil on a slow fire, the rust is gone, and then wash it off with detergent. Warm water: Use warm water to clean the tableware to prevent the residual substances on the tableware from reacting and destroy the gloss of the tableware. You can also use the carrot head to wipe the tableware after drying. The effect is very good.