Cleaning and maintaining nonstick cookware


How to take care of your nonstick cookware

It is a well-known fact that the high quality cookware plays an important role in preparing delicious meals for your guests and family. Admittedly, professional cookware is an expensive investment and it can serve you a long time provided that you treat it with care. At a first glance, it seems like the nonstick cookware is easy to clean, you just wipe off with a sponge, rinse and it is ready to use. Well, here are some of the most common mistakes you should avoid if you want to prolong the lifespan of your cookware:

  • You are not advised to use any metal spatulas, forks, etc. Use only plastic and wooden ones in order to prevent scratches. You know that nonstick pans can be easily damaged, so be careful when you have to scrub it.

  • If you are about to do a thorough domestic cleaning London and you have included deep cleaning of the non stick cookware in your list, you should know the following: never soak the cookware in hot water as this will have an adverse effect on it. If you have to deal with a greasy stain, apply some baking soda to the sponge and gently scrub the stain.

  • When you are done with the deep cleaning of your kitchen utensils, don’t forget to pour some oil and then, wipe off the excessive quality with a paper towel. Be careful not to spill oil on the floor, otherwise you will most probably need to book carpet cleaning services London.

  • You are advised to wash your nonstick cookware manually. If you don’t have time or you just hate washing the dishes by hand, you can still use the dishwasher. However, it is important to apply some vegetable oil to avoid any damages.

Many people wonder how long they can use their nonstick pans and when it is the right time to replace them. Well, there is not an exact answer to this question. If you follow the above tips, you can use them for at least several years. Your cookware needs replacement when you notice that the nonstick surface is badly damaged or the food sticks to the pan.

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