Nowadays, there are more and more types of pots on the market. They are bought and used indiscriminately without maintenance. They will break down after a long time. The following small series will give you a few common maintenance methods for the pot.
The newly bought iron pot should be soaked in salt water first, and then rubbed with some salad oil before it is easy to use. If there is an odor, cut the ginger into pieces and wipe it after the pot is hot. Iron pans are prone to rust, so it is not advisable to store food overnight. Try not to cook soup in an iron pot, so that the layer of cooking oil on the surface of the iron pot that can protect it from rusting disappears. Use as little detergent as possible when brushing the pan, and wipe the water off afterwards. If there is slight rust, it can be cleaned with vinegar.
According to related reports, the glaze color of some inferior porcelain tableware contains lead. If the temperature is not enough when the porcelain is fired or the glaze ingredients do not meet the standards, more lead may be released during use. Relevant departments have also found that the amount of lead and cadmium dissolved in individual ceramic pots exceeds the standard, which will cause heavy metal poisoning. Because the enamel of the casserole contains a small amount of lead (especially the glaze-colored casserole cannot be used), the newly bought casserole should be soaked and boiled in 4% vinegar water. The inner wall of the casserole is colored, and it is not suitable to store wine, vinegar and acidic food. When purchasing ceramic tableware, choose the ones with a smooth surface, uniform ceramics and bright color.