How to store stainless steel cookware to prevent damage?

store Avias stainless steel cookware to prevent damage

Stainless steel cookware is the popular choice for most of the kitchen and it is durable, versatile and long-lasting material, but it can still be vulnerable to damage if not stored properly. Here are some tips on how to store your stainless steel cookware to prevent damage;

1. Clean and dry thoroughly:cleaning & drying stainless steel cookware with a soft towel
Before storing your best stainless steel cookware sets, make sure it's completely clean and dry. Any moisture or food residue left on the surface can cause discoloration or even rusting.

2. Use a soft cloth or paper towel:store Avias stainless steel cookware to prevent damage

3. Cleaning Stainless Steel Coookware:
When washing stainless steel cookware/ kitchenware, use a soft cloth or paper towel to prevent scratches or abrasions. Avoid using abrasive materials such as steel wool or rough sponges.

4. Stack carefully:kitchen rack with stainless steel cookware
If you need to stack your stainless steel cookware sets, be sure to place a soft cloth or paper towel between each piece to prevent scratches and dents.

5. Avoid overcrowding:stainless steel cookware overcrowding
Don't overcrowd your storage space. Make sure there's enough room for each piece of cookware to be stored without touching or rubbing against each other. Use a cloth or dividers to segregate the cookware.

Stainless steel kitchenware & cookware set

6. Use a pot rack:
Consider using a pot rack to store your stainless steel kitchenware set. This will not only keep them organized but also prevent scratches and damage from stacking.

7. Consider hanging:kitchen hanging rack with stainless steel cookware
Hanging your stainless steel cookware pots and pans on a hanger mounted on your wall frees up so much cabinet space and allows better air circulation for the cookware sets. This is a great option for frequently used cookware as it is easy to select which cookware to cook with rather than searching in the cabinet.

7. Store in a dry place:stainless steel kitchenware storage drawers in kitchen
Store your stainless steel cookware in a dry place to prevent moisture from causing damage like dry spots and rust on your stainless steel cookware. Avoid storing them in humid areas such as the basement or near the dishwasher. Choose a cool, dry cabinet, hanging rack or pantry for best storage.

By following these tips, you can ensure that your stainless steel cookware remains in good condition for years to come.

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