A. Do not wash with highly alkaline or oxidizing chemicals such as baking soda, bleach, sodium hypochlorite, etc. Because these substances are strong electrolytes, it will have an electrochemical reaction with stainless steel, so that the stainless steel kitchen utensils rust.
B. The stainless steel kitchen utensils can be coated with a thin layer of vegetable oil and then dried on the fire, which is equivalent to wearing a layer of yellowish oil film "clothes" on the surface of the tableware. It is easy to clean and prolong the service life in this way.
C. Stainless steel kitchen utensils has lower thermal conductivity than iron products and aluminum products, and the heat transfer time is slow. Empty burning will cause aging and peeling off a chrome-plated layer on the surface of the cookware. Therefore, please do not burn in vain.
D. Do not put salt, soy sauce, vinegar, vegetable soup, etc., for a long time, because these foods contain many electrolytes.
Not only it will harm the tableware, but also for the health of the human body.
E. After using stainless steel kitchen utensils, please wash the utensil with warm water immediately, to avoid oil stain, soy sauce, vinegar, tomato juice, and other substances and tableware surface action to make the surface of stainless steel pale, or even produce indentation.
F. In the case of limescale formed by hard water, clean stains on stainless steel kitchen utensils with vinegar or a paste made of water ash and water, and rinse with hot soapy water.