Silicone dishes bring functionality and efficiency to the kitchen. But over time, when using silicone cookware at high temperatures, oil and grease will accumulate. They should look easy to clean, but it is difficult to get rid of those oily residues. Soaking silicone dishes in very hot water can easily remove some stains. As the main force in the kitchen, silicone needs to be properly taken care of to ensure that it continues to work efficiently for you. So next will let you know how to clean silicone dishes.
OIL & GREASE
Use degreasing liquid tableware cleaners and non-abrasive scrubbing agents (such as silicone sponges)
Clean the silicone cookware. If there is sticky residue, use a baking stick and pour it on the surface. Gently drip the baking stick into the face to make a paste
Let the paste dry for a few hours and use a non-abrasive detergent to clean the cookware.
As for the water, we said it was as hot as possible. Put the silicone pot in the 350°F oven for about 10 minutes, then soak it in very hot water. This should be loose enough that you can remove the odds and ends.
Wash it thoroughly with detergent and hot water, and then put it on a shelf to dry.
To exclude food odors absorbed by your cookware, add1/2 mug of water and1/2 a sliced bomb to your steamer. Cover and fryer on high for 1-2 twinkles. Let stand for 1 nanosecond, also drop well with the bomb slice. Wash well.
When there is still an oil film, there is only one place to turn: baking soda! It is recommended to "make a thick paste with baking soda and water, and then apply it to the sticky area. Let the paste dry, and then wash it off with more hot water and dish soap."
Silicone dishes are important tableware in the kitchen. Correct cleaning is not only healthier, but also increases the shelf life.
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Post time: Jan-03-2022