By Lucija Bališ. Kitchen Island. Published at Monday, April 09th, 2018 - 04:17:18 AM.
Stainless Steel Kitchen Cart Commercial Grade. If you have learned the secret of using kitchen carts to be a helper in the kitchen, you may be wondering how you ever did without one. Now that you have that great friend in the kitchen, always there to hold cooking utensils and ingredients anywhere in the kitchen, it's time to make sure you do your part for this friendship. Even though you may think Stainless Steel Kitchen Carts should be able to hold up to whatever you want to put them through, they do have a few weaknesses. Here are some ways to make them stay a healthier part of your kitchen prep much longer:
Keep Them Clean. While Stainless Steel Kitchen Cart Commercial Grade will allow you to spill things and make a mess on their surface, they also want that mess cleaned up when you are done the cooking. There are a couple of reasons for this.
First, leaving liquids and other food items on the carts can start to eat away at the finish over time. The second reason is your health. If you leave remnants of food on your Stainless Steel Kitchen Cart Commercial Grade, you are essentially encouraging bacteria to breed on one of your food preparation surfaces. As you wipe down your countertops and other cooking spaces, make sure you wipe down your kitchen carts, including the handles, and anything that may have dripped on the legs. You can use a soapy water mixture to clean the surface, and then a glass cleaner or similar item to make it shine. If there are smudges that are not coming off with a regular cleaning, you may need to bring in a different cleaner.
Many kitchen cleaners have bleach in them. You want to avoid bleach on stainless surfaces. Instead, use a vinegar and water mixture with a cloth. You should be able to see those streaks go away with a few rubs of this combination.
Protect The Shine. Chances are one of the things you love about your Stainless Steel Kitchen Cart Commercial Grade is the shine of that silvery metal. How you clean your kitchen carts will tell whether or not you will continue to love that shine in the future. Many people think since its metal, they can use a rough cleaner on stainless steel kitchen carts. Nothing is further from the truth. Stainless will scratch, and those scratches will take away from the beautiful surface you love. So, stay away from abrasive cleaners. If you do start to notice some scratches, you need to use the right methods to remove them. Study the surface of your kitchen cart to see the grain of the metal. Then use a Brillo pad and slide it down the surface with the grain, don't push too hard, all you are trying to do it soften the scratches that are already in the stainless surface, not add new ones.
Stainless steel kitchen carts are hardier than many other kitchen aids you could choose, and as long as you show them a little care, they will stick with you for many meals to come.
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