14 Jul 2013

How to clean your wooden utensils





*HOW TO CLEAN YOUR WOODEN UTENSILS*

Wooden utensils are ideal for moving hot. When food gets stuck in these kitchen tools, washing is more difficult than seems.

Follow these tips to clean wooden utensils:
-The best way to clean them is to use hot water, soap and a kitchen brush.
-To restore the look of a wooden utensil, you can immerse the instruments in vinegar or cooking oil for half an hour. Then wash them as usual.
-If food stains do not come out, then use a pad of fine steel wool and mineral oil applied to food utensils. This coloration dissimulate parts.
-This Camouflage also conditions the wood and prevents drying and cracking. In fact, it is useful to fix all wooden utensils every few months. In addition, this creates a barrier
against new stains and odors.
-When your wooden utensils begin to look dull or dry, dull or color, it is time to re-oil the elements. Commonly, this should
done every two or three months to maintain good wood.

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