Different cookware sets are not without its own sets of promises and challenges. When we got married, we received a ton of Teflon cookware and everything about it was easy, from cooking and most especially the cleaning. The only thing that we didn’t like is it wears off so fast that you have to change it all the time. We also learned from further readings that it poses dangers especially when it’s already been scratched and flaked. Whether this is true or not, we’d rather be sure than sorry. So, we finally decided to change ours from Teflon to stainless steel. pots and pans. Since stainless steel is non-porous and non-corrosive, we thought that this will be safer for us.
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But then again, we experienced another challenge with the stainless steel pots. Ever since we changed to it, we had a hard time taking out the burnt food in it. We’ve tried every tip found in the internet. From vinegar to baking soda, lemon to commercial cleaners and sponges, it just didn’t cut it. It didn’t satisfy the “OC-ness” in me. One day my husband came home with fine grit sandpaper sponge. To our surprise; it did the job! Check this video out to see for yourself!
Clean your stainless steel pots and pans with this!