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Cleaning Instructions for Kitchenware

While we normally enjoy throwing parties at home, the aftermath, which includes a pile of filthy cutlery in the kitchen sink, is never pleasant. On such occasions, we’ve stood there wondering how to get our dishes spotless. Removing difficult stains from masalas, gravy, turmeric, and other common Indian cooking components is a time-consuming operation, especially if the liquid detergent we’re using isn’t particularly strong. We’ve also tried home remedies like vinegar and coffee, but they don’t always work when it comes to removing burnt food and other tough stains. So, to keep your kitchenware looking new, we’ve put up a list of simple cleaning steps.

How to Hand-Wash Kitchenware:


Scrape large bits of leftover food from your utensils and put them in the trash. Throwing leftover food scraps down the kitchen sink will clog the drain and make cleaning up much more difficult.

Step 2:

Close the drain after filling the kitchen sink with hot water. Dirt and sticky stains are simpler to remove with hot water. It reduces the amount of time you’d otherwise have to spend scrubbing. To this hot water, add 2 drops of an effective dishwashing liquid. Do your dishes as soon as possible, to keep them clean, and shining, and use Vim Dish-wash gel.

Step 3:

Fill the sink with soapy water and wash your dirty dishes. Prioritize the less unclean dishes above the severely soiled ones.

Step 4:

After removing the boards and utensils from the water, use a brush to scrub off all the stains with a liquid dish-wash like Vim Dish-wash Liquid Gel. We’ve discovered that once the boards have dried, there are no more stains to deal with. This is because Vim Dish-wash Solvent Gel is an effective dishwashing liquid for removing difficult and greasy stains! Lemons have the power to clean discolored utensils like magic.

Step 5:

Rinse the utensil well with tap water after washing it. Make sure the utensil cleaner is completely gone.

Step 6:

Use a lint-free kitchen towel to dry your utensils. Alternatively, place them in a drying rack to dry naturally. This will keep your stainless steel silverware free of watermarks.

How to Save Water While Dishwashing:

When scrubbing any utensils, remember to keep the tap turned off. It will contribute significantly to water conservation. Before washing cutlery, scrape off any food residue. This conserves water. Also, before the food dries on your utensils, wash them. When compared to washing when the utensils are dry, immediate washing uses less water. To remove persistent stains from your cookware, fill each utensil halfway with water and 3-4 drops of dishwashing liquid. This aids in the removal of sticky food deposits and saves time when scrubbing.

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