Removal of stains and dirt - Stainless steel
Stainless steel has proven to be the most practical metal for domestic use. It is used to produce cutlery and dishes for cooking and frying, as well as sinks, countertops, sinks and kitchen furniture. It is permanent, it looks nice and is easy to keep clean. Food stains - e.g.. eggs, citrus, salt and mayonnaise - easily removed with a cleaning emulsion.
When deciding on cutlery or dishes made of stainless steel, you should choose such, which are bright in color. They contain more nickel and will retain their original appearance for longer. Stainless steel with a bluish tinge contains more chrome; it is cheaper, but it lasted almost the same.
Sinks, bathtubs and drainers must be wiped dry after each use. Most stains disappear when wiped with a cleaning lotion, which scratches the surface less than cleaning powders.
Caution: stainless steel must not come into contact with the silver soaking agent, because the stains are very difficult to remove.
Rainbow stains can appear on overheated stainless steel saucepans and pans, that's why when the food comes to the boil, always reduce the heat input. The pots keep heat so well and cook well in them even on a smaller flame.
All you need to do is soak it off and scrape it off with a rubber spatula. No sharp steel wires are used to clean steel vessels. If necessary, it is enough to soak them a little longer in a hot detergent solution.
Preparations for removing rainbow heat stains from steel vessels are commercially available.
White water stains may appear on the inside of pots and pans, if it sows not wipes thoroughly, and then leave it covered with a lid. For better results, rinse the pot by hand in hot water and wipe it dry, when it's still warm.
Fat is removed with a soft cloth with liquid detergent. You can use an emulsion from time to time, which will restore the shine to the dish. Scouring powders cause rainbow stains. However, if you need to use such measures, the vessel should be immediately thoroughly rinsed and dried.
Stainless steel drains must be covered with newspapers, if they are operated with undiluted bleach, especially with a liquid silver cleaner, which will immediately cause stains.
Steel wool must not be used for washing stainless steel dishes. It is enough to scrub with a sponge or a cloth with the addition of liquid detergent.