If you ask every homemaker, he or she will tell you that they know how to clean Non-Stick Pans from Outside. Most people are clueless in this aspect; they don’t know that their quality pots and pans needs special attention and care to keep clean.
Rest assured in this article, we are concerned with how you can clean your top quality cookware quickly and easily. If you maintain your non-stick pans properly, cleaning them will be like a breeze. Follow the steps in this write-up to keep your cooking ware looking great and the food that comes from it tasty.
The first thing you have to do is to remove the residual grease that is inside the cookware;
Things You Will Need
- You will need a dish soap
- Get a nylon scrubber that is non-abrasive
- You will also need vinegar
- And warm water
How to Remove the Grease
In case of any residual oil layers that is proving hard to clean, fill the cookware with water. Add about ½ cup of your vinegar solution.
Allow the water and vinegar solution to boil
- When the solution is boiling, you will see the oil or grease layer rise on top of the boiling mixture.
- You can then scup out the oil and pour away the water
- Thoroughly wash your non-stick pan with soap and warm water. Make sure to use the non-abrasive nylon scrubber.
- Rinse the pan completely and dry it with a dry soft cloth.
If there are any tough grease that is on the outside or inside of the pan;
You need to get
- Baking Soda
- A nylon scrubber that is non-abrasive
- And a dish soap
- Grease and sprays are likely to retain inside your non-stick pans and prove hard to remove.
- You should begin by preparing a paste with baking soda and water.
- Use the paste to rub on all the residual grease both inside and outside the pan.
- Then scrub the grease with your nylon scrubber. The baking soda will serve like the abrasive that will help you to safely clean out the residue. You don’t have to fear of your non-stick pan suffering any surface damage.
- If you are sure that all the residual grease are eliminated, you can then apply soap and water to wash it.
- Thoroughly rinse the non-stick pan and use a soft material to dry it.
- First of all heat up the non-stick pan to medium or medium-high.
- Add one tablespoon of coconut oil to inside the cookware and allow it to melt.
- Whirl the melted coconut oil around the pan so that the excesses can drain out.
- Take a large quantity of salt and sprinkle it on the base of your pan.
- You can then use paper, towel or cloth to rub the salt and oil firmly into the cookware.
- When you are rubbing, make sure it is in a circular pattern.
- Scrub the sides and the bottom firmly as if you are polishing it
- Finally, wipe the salt and oil properly and you are ready to prepare your tasty meals.
- The first thing to do is to pour in a paste from three parts of soda and one part water.
- Allow it to remain on the bottom of the pan for ten minutes.
- When the ten minutes have elapsed, you can then use a non-abrasive sponge to scrub it.
- You will notice that all the residual marks are all gone.
- You should not use oils on non-stick pans
- Make sure that you are not using cooking sprays since they can leave residues that will prove hard to remove.
- Do not use abrasive scrubbers or cleaners to avoid damaging the surface of your non-stick pan.
- While cooking on your non-stick pan, do not use high heat which can cause discoloration or stains.
- In case you are not able to wash the already cooled pan immediately, fill the pan with water so that it will not dry.
- While the pan is in storage, avoid any other items touching the non-stick area. In case you have to store the pan with another item inside of it, first of all, use a towel, paper or cloth to demarcate both items.
This content is written by Jennifer Branett
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