What are the ways to clean kitchen utensils?

Cooking utensils and pans are difficult to clean, as they acquire pigmentation and color changes due to exposure to high temperatures. These stains are often difficult to remove unless the correct method of cleaning is used according to the type of vessel. Different from pots, it is worth noting that these methods may sometimes vary according to the manufacturer's instructions.

Or stainless steel utensils. To clean ordinary stains on stainless steel or stainless steel containers, use a paste of 1 teaspoon of hot water and 2 large tablespoons of baking soda. Sprinkle the stains with a clean sponge. The hard spots are cleaned with two liters of water. Hot with a quarter cup of baking soda, while removing stubborn stains and remove with two tablespoons of baking soda, and a cup of hydrogen peroxide, are combined and put on the spots for at least an hour and then rinse the vessels with water.

In aluminum containers, regular stains can be cleaned from aluminum with equal amounts of water and lime powder. They are combined, then placed on the vessel for a period of time and then rinsed with water. The hard spots are mixed with a quarter cup of white vinegar and two large tablespoons of Lime powder, put the mixture in the pots on the fire to boil and then be removed from the fire and after an hour is rinsed with water.
There is also a glass pan, where glassware is cleaned by mixing hot water with a quarter cup of baking soda to cover the surface to be cleaned, then left long enough to remove stains, rub with soap and rinse with hot water.

The copper stains are removed by sprinkling with vinegar and salt, then gently rubbed with a cloth, rinsed with water and dried with a dry cloth. Iron: Seasonal stains are removed from iron pots by mixing oil, salt, and rubbing the pots with the mixture. Rinse the dishes and dry well.