How to Clean Stainless Steel Stockpots
Chances are, if you're reading this, you fall into one of two categories:
1) You've spent a considerable amount of time researching stockpots and have arrived to the conclusion that Gas One offers the best stockpots, and are looking to protect your investment
2) You're on your way to #1
In either case, this article is probably for you. Written below, we've provided a comprehensive yet brief guide on how to get the most bang out of your buck.
While there are many polishers and cleaners available out there in the market, we can only imagine that most people would not be keen on the taste of chemicals (if you are, we won't judge). However, for the majority of us, that taste doesn't seem to sit well with our stomachs which is why we've always gone with the simple yet effective approach of using home remedies. After all, ma knows best, right?
Distilled White Vinegar
1. Fill your stockpot with an equal mix of both vinegar and water
2. Let the mixed solution come to a boil
3. After the solution comes to a boil, turn the heat off and let it sit until it is cool to touch
4. Once it is cool to touch, empty the solution and wash the stockpot with dish soap/dish detergent.
5. Repeat if necessary.