In order to properly take care of your non-stick cans and pans, it is important to follow the instructions given by the manufacturer. One of the most important rules to remember is that you should avoid the use of non-stick coated metal appliances. The non-stick inner surface cannot withstand cutting food in the pan, or use a sharp metal spoon and scraper. Using a metal tool to stir or remove food from the pan can easily damage the non-stick coating. Once the coating is scratched or pitted, it is best to replace the damaged cookware.
When cooking in non-stick cookware, you need to use scratch-resistant bedding such as wood, bamboo, silicone or nylon. Kitchenware made from these materials will help you maintain a non-stick surface and extend the life of your sensitive cookware.
Bamboo Cooking Tools
Durable: bamboo kitchen utensils are long-lasting. Bamboo cutlery products are very thick and do not warp or break like wooden spoons.
Fashion: These utensils add a natural feel to your kitchen. They are good tools for providing salads.
Comfortable use: bamboo utensils are light and comfortable to use. They are easy to grasp and easy to use for mixing, stirring or throwing.
Antibacterial properties: It has been proven that bamboo has a natural antibacterial function, so you do not have to worry about bamboo utensils collecting bacteria or bacteria.
Environmental protection: Bamboo is a rapidly growing plant and highly renewable resource. Bamboo utensils are biodegradable, recyclable and environmentally sustainable products.
Unusable Dishwasher Cleaning: You need to hand wash them with soapy water, and avoid immersing them in water for a long time. Occasionally smearing them with food safe oils helps maintain their shape and shine.
Inconsistent quality: Due to the lack of quality control, some imported goods may have rough spots and edges.