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How to Seal a Stainless Steel Pot?
Stainless steel pots are susceptible to rust, hard water damage and oxidation. Protect your pots before their first use by seasoning them with oil, creating a protective barrier and filling in any imperfections to reduce sticking and baked-on food. Soaps eliminate the oil layer created by seasoning, so you should repeat the process any time you wash your pots with soap
Wash your stainless steel pot in mild dish detergent and hot water. Dry the pot completely with a clean towel
Spread a layer of vegetable oil throughout the inside of the pan, up to the rim
Preheat your oven to 350 degrees F. Place the pan in the oven for one hour. Turn off the oven and set the pan out to cool
Wipe the inside of the pan out with a paper towel to remove the excess oil
Repeat the process any time you wash your pan with soap or wash it in the dishwasher
How to Clean Stainless Steel Pots?
Stainless steel pots are a wonderful tool to have in the kitchen. However, the very nature of cookware dictates that it will get dirty, grimy, and burnt. Stainless steel requires a bit of special care to ensure that it retains its shine. Experts still debate on the use of dishwashers on stainless steel. Since most pots will take up a large amount of room in the dishwasher anyway, it's usually best to err on the side of safety and hand wash whenever possible. Keeping your pots looking clean and new can be quick and easy with these simple steps