To easily clean a blender, fill it halfway with hot water and add a few drops of liquid dish soap. Make sure the top is firmly attached, and turn it on high for about 30 seconds. Then rinse the blender and dry.
Put an oven proof bowl inside the oven with lemon and water. The lemon should be cut and squeezed into the water. There should be enough water in the bowl to cover the lemon skins. Turn on the oven to about 160 to 200 degrees Celsius. Wait until the water boils and begins to make steam then turn it down so the water begins to simmer slowly. Leave for about 20 to 30 minutes until there is little water in the bowl. Turn off the oven.
Open the oven and begin wiping with a damp cloth while still hot to warm. Grease should soften and begin to come off. For thick baked grease Sodium Bi Carbone made into a paste (by adding a little water to the Bi Crab) and rub on to the thick area and then apply lemon juice or vinegar. Heat the oven as describe above in the first paragraph. This procedure can be used to clean burnt substances from the base of saucepans or anything that has carbonized.
The best results for getting carbon off any item is to be able apply Sodium Bi Crab with vinegar on to the item and then boil the item in a covered saucepan with some water added (1 cup or so of water or enough to cover the item) for a least ten minutes. The burn carbonized substance will just peal off with a light rub. This works when needing to clean stove elements, oven sauces under the stove elements, roasting pans, barbeque plates and grills.
Loosen the ring nut manually or with the spanner and dismantle. Wash all the parts in hot soapy water, then dry. Don’t wash any part in the dishwasher. Never use a soda solution. Re-assemble. Wipe the screens with vegetable oil, then wrap in greaseproof paper to prevent discolouring/rusting. Place the mincer in the storage box and cover with the tray. You can pull the lid off the pusher and store the sausage and kebbe attachments inside.
Before cleaning make sure you have unplugged your toaster and let it cool down. Then slide out the crumb tray clean it and then replace and try to do this regularly. Wipe the outside of the toaster with a damp cloth, and then dry.
Switch off, unplug and allow the sandwich maker to cool down completely. Clean the sandwich toaster after each use to maintain it in a good clean working condition. The outside Wipe with a damp cloth then dry. Toasting plates Wipe the plates with a damp cloth, using soapy water if necessary, then dry thoroughly. Do not use abrasive cleaners as they will damage the non-stick coating.
Before cleaning make sure you have unplugged your kettle and let it cool down. Wipe with a damp cloth, then dry. Do not use abrasives because they will scratch the metal and plastic surfaces. Even though your kettle comes with a filter, you still need to clean the inside (and the filter) regularly. Remove the filter by holding the tab and then lifting the filter out. Regular descaling of the flat element will improve the performance of your kettle. Supermarket proprietary descalers or vinegar can be used to descale your kettle.
As careful as we try to be when cooking, burnt-on food and scorched cookware can happen to the best of us! Mostly this happens when the heat or flame is set too high for the amount of ingredients in the pan. Other times, it happens because we have too many things going on at once or we walk away while food is cooking — both cooking no-no’s!
Here’s how to clean your burned pots and pans:
– Plunge the pan bottom into cold water to lessen the burnt taste and reduce the temperature immediately.
– If there is a burnt-on, caked-on coating or film of food, try to boil it off buy adding 1 teaspoon baking soda or washing soda or even cream of tartar for each cup of water. The food should float free after about 20 minutes. Then wash as usual.
– If it’s not a stainless steel pan, cover the burnt inner bottom with baking or washing soda, and then add just enough water to cover the soda. The soda dissolves the “stick” and usually the burnt food will release in an even layer. Sometimes this can be an overnight process.
– DO wash cookware immediately after cooking.
– DON’T put most pots and pans in the dishwasher unless the manufacturer’s directions specifically allow.
– NEVER use bleach, steel wool, oven cleaners, abrasive cleansers or scrape with metal implements to remove burnt on food.
All microwave-safe cookware can be washed in the dishwasher, but some pieces are meant for the top rack only. (Check the manufacturer’s information for each piece.) Of course, you can also wash microwave cookware by hand in regular mild dishwashing liquid. Never use heavy duty cleaners. If food remains after washing, use a plastic scrub pad. Never use scouring powders, scouring pads, or other abrasives, as these can ruin the integrity of the cookware. If stains are left by spices, tomato products, etc., put into utensil solution of 1 tablespoon chlorine bleach in 1 cup water and soak 1-2 minutes. Rinse thoroughly.
Kitchen tools are designed to assist you in the kitchen and are specifically designed for use with non-stick cookware. You can clean your kitchen tools by washing them in warm, soapy water using a nylon brush. Rinse thoroughly in warm water and dry.
We do not recommend placing your kitchen tools in the automatic dishwasher. Do not leave kitchen tools unattended inside your pans while cooking, as long-term heat may damage your kitchen tools.
To clean your hard anodized cookware, use warm water and mild dishwashing soap with a sponge, nylon pad or dishcloth. To prevent water spotting, rinse in warm water after washing and towel dry thoroughly. It is important to clean your cookware thoroughly after each use to prevent staining from food or grease.
If staining does occur, make a paste of baking soda and water. Rub onto stains using a nylon pad and let sit for up to 30 minutes. Wash, rinse and towel dry.
Do not wash hard-anodized cookware in the dishwasher unless your use and care included with your product says it is safe to do so. Harsh chemicals like dishwasher detergents will damage the surface. Do not use oven cleaners, steel wool, harsh detergents or cleansers with chlorine bleach.
Please note that stains, scratches, discolorations, and damage from use in an automatic dishwasher are not covered under your cookware warranty.
It is important to clean your cookware thoroughly after each use to prevent staining or build-up from food or grease. To remove stubborn stains or discoloration, use a stainless steel cleaner. The cleaner should be rubbed on the stains with a non-abrasive pad, cloth, or sponge. Do not scrub with steel wool or use harsh abrasive cleaners as scratching may occur. Stainless steel cookware may also be placed in the automatic dishwasher using a mild dishwashing detergent. To prevent water spotting, rinse in warm water after washing and towel dry thoroughly. If a spotted white film appears (caused by minerals in the water) try rubbing with a sponge or brush and lemon juice or vinegar. Wash, rinse and towel dry.
It is important to wash pans thoroughly after each use. Use a mild dish washing detergent, warm water and a soft nylon brush or nylon scrub pad. This will remove food and grease particles that may burn when your pan is reheated. If food remains on the non-stick surface, boil a mixture of three parts water and one part vinegar in your pan on medium heat for 5-10 minutes to dislodge food particles. Let stand until cooled. Wash with warm, soapy water and a soft nylon brush, rinse and dry.Do not use steel wool or any abrasive cleansers when cleaning non-stick cookware.