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Caring for dishes properly

In the arsenal of every good housewife there is a mass of items of kitchen utensils. Sometimes the dishes lose their former luster, sometimes they upset their owner with greasy stains and pieces of dried food, which in no way want to be washed. In this case, it is extremely important to know how to take proper care of it and how to keep it in its original form. This hostess can help simple recommendations on how to properly wash and clean dishes from contamination, how to give it shine and how to remove soot.

How to wash dishes?

Today, there is a mass of dishwashing detergents and pots, which can be used to clean up any pollution with little effort. Among them there are even tools that care for the skin of the hands, making them softer. However, it is not always with the help of special liquids that you can cope with the stains of grease and dirt remaining on the dishes. In this case, you will help "grandmother's recipes." To translate them into life will require very simple tools that are always at hand with a good housewife:

  • Grease stains and stains from dishes can be washed with dry mustard. To do this, add one teaspoon of this ingredient to a small basin of warm water and soak the plate or saucepan in this composition for half an hour. Rinse them with plenty of cool running water to eliminate the peculiar smell of mustard.
  • Baking sheets and forms made of steel or special food metal often contain a thick layer of fat and scale after use. Clean it easy enough. To do this, moisten the oily surface with hot water, lightly blot it with a cotton napkin and rub it with a pre-prepared composition of soaked soda. The consistency of such a mixture should resemble porridge or thick sour cream. It can be left to interact with pollution for no more than fifteen minutes, after which it is necessary to rinse with plenty of warm, but not hot water.
  • Enameled pots, cups and woks, on which complex contaminations also often appear, should in no case be tried to be cleaned with household chemicals containing abrasives in their composition. They are able to scratch the enamel and give it an unpresentable look. In order to carefully remove the fat, dried pieces of food, as well as plaque from such surfaces, you need to mix a few teaspoons of soda, the same amount of fine salt and a couple of drops of lemon juice with water. This should be done in such a way that the paste will turn out, the consistency of shampoo. After that, this composition should be applied to a pre-moistened enameled surface and leave to interact for thirty to forty minutes. During this time you will have time to relax or do other things. Wash off such a composition should be using a sponge and warm water. It should be noted that using such a simple tool you can clean not only the inside of pots and pots, but also their bottom, which is exposed to fire and becomes smoked. And this method is ideal for products made of aluminum.

How can I make the dishes shine?

Previously, the most beautiful products from crystal, glass, silver, as well as its imitation, were taken to be paraded. These items were the so-called indicator of wealth. Today, this "trick" is no longer in fashion, but every hostess wants the dishes on the table during a holiday or a regular family dinner to shine like new. For each material used in its manufacture, there is a special recipe of unique brilliance and radiance:

  • For silver jugs, vases, milk jugs, as well as cutlery, there is a mass of special cleansing agents that are sold in stores. However, they cost a lot. To avoid unnecessary costs, you can use a simple but effective way. For this you need pounded chalk, mixed with water to a pasty state. To this mass, you need to add a couple of drops of ammonia, mix everything thoroughly and rub the items with silver kitchen utensils using a non-rigid brush or a cotton napkin. The mixture should be left to interact on the dishes for ten to fifteen minutes, then rinse with warm running water. There is another proven and easy way. You can give a shining look to silver using ordinary toothpaste. It should be applied to a slightly moist surface with an old toothbrush, rub in well and rinse with water.
  • Crystal and clear glass can very easily be made shiny and sparkling. To do this, do not need to reinvent the wheel. Everything has been invented and tested for a long time. Our mothers and grandmothers also used soda or fine salt to clean dishes from this material from stains and make it shine. A small amount of salt or soda should be applied to the moistened surface of glasses, cups or vases and thoroughly rubbed. It is necessary to wash off these simple ingredients with plenty of cold water. After this, the dishes are carefully wiped with a kitchen towel and left to dry in an upside down state.
  • Porcelain and ceramics often grow dull after use. This is especially true of tea and coffee sets. After all, tea and coffee contain in their composition dyes, besides, brew them with hot water. You can clean the mugs, saucers and kettles of porcelain and ceramics and make them shine with the help of salt and vinegar. A mixture of these components should be applied to the dishes with a soft sponge or cloth and rinse with warm water after a few minutes. But boiling water such products can not.

There are some more simple recommendations with the help of which you can keep utensils in their original state. Firstly, you should not store sour and sour-milk products in aluminum saucepans and dippers. Aggressive environment corrodes this metal, leaving stains and corrosion on it. Secondly, plastic containers for storage so common today and basins with bowls cannot be washed with hot water. For their cleaning more suitable warm with the addition of a small amount of liquid detergent. Well and the main thing is to thoroughly rinse any cleaning agent from the dishes with plenty of water.

How can I make the dishes shine?

Previously, the most beautiful products from crystal, glass, silver, as well as its imitation, were taken to be paraded. These items were the so-called indicator of wealth. Today, this "trick" is no longer in fashion, but every hostess wants the dishes on the table during a holiday or a regular family dinner to shine like new. For each material used in its manufacture, there is a special recipe of unique brilliance and radiance:

  • For silver jugs, vases, milk jugs, as well as cutlery, there is a mass of special cleansing agents that are sold in stores. However, they cost a lot. To avoid unnecessary costs, you can use a simple but effective way. For this you need pounded chalk, mixed with water to a pasty state. To this mass, you need to add a couple of drops of ammonia, mix everything thoroughly and rub the items with silver kitchen utensils using a non-rigid brush or a cotton napkin. The mixture should be left to interact on the dishes for ten to fifteen minutes, then rinse with warm running water. There is another proven and easy way. You can give a shining look to silver using ordinary toothpaste. It should be applied to a slightly moist surface with an old toothbrush, rub in well and rinse with water.
  • Crystal and clear glass can very easily be made shiny and sparkling. To do this, do not need to reinvent the wheel. Everything has been invented and tested for a long time. Our mothers and grandmothers also used soda or fine salt to clean dishes from this material from stains and make it shine. A small amount of salt or soda should be applied to the moistened surface of glasses, cups or vases and thoroughly rubbed. It is necessary to wash off these simple ingredients with plenty of cold water. After this, the dishes are carefully wiped with a kitchen towel and left to dry in an upside down state.
  • Porcelain and ceramics often grow dull after use. This is especially true of tea and coffee sets. After all, tea and coffee contain in their composition dyes, besides, brew them with hot water. You can clean the mugs, saucers and kettles of porcelain and ceramics and make them shine with the help of salt and vinegar. A mixture of these components should be applied to the dishes with a soft sponge or cloth and rinse with warm water after a few minutes. But boiling water such products can not.

There are some more simple recommendations with the help of which you can keep utensils in their original state. Firstly, you should not store sour and sour-milk products in aluminum saucepans and dippers. Aggressive environment corrodes this metal, leaving stains and corrosion on it. Secondly, plastic containers for storage so common today and basins with bowls cannot be washed with hot water. For their cleaning more suitable warm with the addition of a small amount of liquid detergent. Well and the main thing is to thoroughly rinse any cleaning agent from the dishes with plenty of water.


| 27 March 2015 | | 450 | Household Tips
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TheCeruleanEmerald: These are some really handy tips that I can't wait to use. My roommates have an extremely bad habit of not scraping or rinsing their dishes AND piling them all on top of each other. So INFURIATING.

Rebecca Jordan: I was always taught to start with plates then cups then bowls working my way from the least dirty to ending with the most which is usually pots and pans. This way your washing water isnt completely nasty right away. Were on septic and a well so we learned wash all one type say plates, once all is washed then you rinse. We cant run loads of water and careful to conserve it this way too.

Beth Butcher: I can recommend a washing up bowl, half the water no scratchy noises when you put cutlery in, less braking things, if you have one sink you can rinse the dirty off down the side of the bowl, you don't need a bucket for cleaning jobs or a mop bucket and if your mother inlaw comes over unannounced you can use it hide the dishes in the oven 😂

Isaiah Felder: I always wash my pots and pans first wash that washcloth then have another washcloth for my regular dishes cup plates knives and done

abkayla1T: Whoa i didnt think to do vinegar in the other sink to rinse. I normally would just place the dishes in the other sink and then id do a slow stream of cold water to rinse it all since I don't want soap still on the dishes.

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