Dishes are one of the most important items in your kitchen. Both crockery and cutlery are used several times a day during meals.
So it is extremely important to keep them in a clean condition to serve us for a long time.
There are a variety of products on the market for cleaning grease and bacteria from the surface of dishes and cutlery in your kitchen, but there is a risk that they may contain a large amount of chemicals that can damage both your skin and the materials from which your dishes and cutlery are made.
The good news is that you don’t have to spend a fortune on cleaning products on the market.
We would like to share with you some of the manufacturers’ best recommendations for cleaning and maintaining cookware and cookware.
Cleaning of cutlery should be done immediately after use, as some foods have a high level of acidity that can affect the material. The cutlery needs to be washed by hand with a special solution for metals. However, if time is short, an alternative is the washing machine. After finishing the washing cycle, the tableware should be wiped with a soft towel to maintain the shine on the surface.
- a tablespoon of baking soda;
- one tablespoon of sea salt;
- half a cup of white vinegar;
- a cup of hot water;
The silverware should be immersed for one hour in this solution. If necessary, you can use a soft sponge to gently clean each individual cue and they will look like new.
Trays with non-stick surface allow easy removal of the preparation. They should be allowed to cool before cleaning. It is not recommended to leave a hot pan under the water jet. Manual cleaning is recommended after each use with a regular detergent. If stains or manure residues remain that are difficult to remove, soak the tray for 10-20 minutes in hot water with detergent and then wash with a soft sponge.
Glasses can be washed either by hand or in the washing machine.
It’s good to know that the washing machine has a high drying temperature, so glasses can remain with white marks and dull appearance.
For this reason, we recommend hand washing with a mild detergent. It is preferable not to opt for natural drying and to use a cotton towel immediately after washing for a glossy appearance. The glasses should be placed mouth upwards to avoid possible chipping.
Porcelain and ceramics are among the most popular materials used to make tableware. Both materials are very high quality and have many advantages. Among the best known advantages are scratch and chip resistance, durability, and compatibility with conventional and microwave ovens. Porcelain products can be washed in the washing machine, but to avoid possible scratches or chipping, they should not be tumbled. Patterned or personalised porcelain products should be hand washed to maintain their glossy appearance.