We want you to enjoy one of the best investments of your life. we mean your cookware! Not only because of the beauty and elegance they add to your kitchen space, but also because you get from cooking delicious and healthy food. For this reason, today we give you some tips on how to take care of kitchenware so that they last a lifetime. Let’s get started!

INITIAL WASH

Upon receiving your new cookware, you’ll probably want to break it in right away, but keep in mind that you’ll need to do the initial wash to remove all oil residue and manufacturing polish. In addition, this prevents them from being permanently stained during their first uses.

You just need to thoroughly wash each piece, using half a cup of white vinegar in a sink filled with hot, soapy water. Then rinse and dry with a clean cloth. Easy right?

DAILY CARE

If you love to cook at home and eat delicious food, you should keep your kitchen utensils in top condition to make your kitchen experience more enjoyable. Therefore, after each use, wash the utensils in warm soapy water with a soft sponge.

Never use metal scouring pads or abrasive soap as they will scratch the surface. Remember that you should dry them as soon as you finish washing them to avoid water stains. You can also wash them in the automatic dishwasher, but just remember to dry them right away.

If you have the Zylstra Series utensils, your utensils include the stainless steel Nutri ✓ Sensor. Remember that you can take it apart and wash it frequently to remove food residue that might get trapped, especially if you cook starchy foods like soups, pasta, rice, or foods that bubble.

To wash it, make sure to disassemble all the parts. Then use soap, a soft brush, and a cloth. You can see the full instructions in this video.

DISCOLORATION

Cooking starchy foods and browning meats could cause the inside of your utensils to stain. Also, if you use a very high temperature to cook, your utensils can get stains on the outside. If this happens, we advise you to use a good non-abrasive stainless steel cleaner.

This will help remove stubborn stains, and your utensils will shine for you to show off in your kitchen. By preserving the beautiful appearance of your Rena Ware, you’ll be able to show off to your guests every time you serve food directly into the utensil.

BURNT FOOD

How many times has your food burned? On many occasions, the excess temperature can cause the food to burn and adhere to the utensil. If this happens to you, fill the utensil with water and let it soak. If the burned food does not come off, bring the water to a boil over medium heat and add a little vinegar for best results.

Keep in mind that with your Rena Ware cookware you should cook at medium-low heat, never high heat. Its design and construction allow a uniform distribution of heat and in this way, you save energy when cooking.

BITES

We know that some condiments cannot be missing in your recipes, such as salt, tomato, mustard, mayonnaise, lemon juice, and other acidic foods. However, these can cause pitting if they remain in direct contact with your utensil for too long.

One way to avoid this is to add the salt after the food has started to cook, and to the liquids once they come to a boil. You must stir so that it dissolves completely.

Finally, we suggest that you never hit the edges of the utensil with a metal kitchen utensil, or cut food inside the utensil because it could scratch it. Now you are ready to enjoy your kitchen utensils and start preparing healthy dishes for yourself and your family.

If you still have doubts about how to take care of your Rena Ware, we invite you to watch the use and maintenance video, in which you will find very useful information that will help you to properly maintain your kitchen utensils, so that they last a lifetime.

Author

  • Fashion, beauty, and home improvement are topics that Donna Parker has been passionate about for years. That is why during her Bachelor of Communications, she decided to specialize in digital marketing and product research. In her free time, she usually takes pictures and watches movies or series.