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Rinto Multipot Enamelware: How to Clean & Maintain

The Rinto multipot is a convenient cookware for daily use, but it needs good maintenance. Here are a few tips to help you maintain your Rinto multipot so it always looks new.

Rinto multipot is enamelware. Enamelware requires gentle handling and maintenance. It is not non-stick. The pot can be used for boiling, stir-frying (but not deep frying) and storing food in the refrigerator.

It is not suitable for cooking at high temperatures for a long time, such as deep frying or stewing for hours. It is designed to cook food on medium heat. Suitable for boiling, stewing, and quick stir-frying before stewing.

Do not cook over high heat - My Cookware

Radiant heat on the side should be avoided. Especially if you are using a gas top, the flame should not go beyond the reasonable cookbase. It will burn the handle.

Keep out of reach of children.

The following precautions should be taken:

  • To avoid scratches, clean with a soft sponge.
  • Abrasive cleaners should never be used.
  • Avoid scratches by using wood or silicone utensils with mild detergent.
  • Cook on medium heat. Do not use high heat.
  • It could get hot on the handle. Always wear mittens.
  • Don't use more than half the capacity. Don't fill the pot to its maximum capacity.
  • Avoid sudden changes in temperature. When reheating food that has been stored in the refrigerator, start with gentle heat and stir well.
  • Do not use it with a dishwasher, oven, or microwave. 
  • If the inside of the pot cracks or chips, it is time to replace it.

Keep from scorching

  • For all cookware, we should avoid scorching. Stir the pot occasionally while cooking to prevent scorching.
  • When food is burned, adding hot water and bringing it to a boil will soften the food and make it easier to remove.
  • Afterward, gently scrub any remaining remnants with a scrub brush.

Stubborn stains

  • Baking soda remains the key to removing caked-on stains.
  • By adding water to baking soda, we make a paste. We adjust the water ratio as necessary.
  • It should become a paste that is neither too thick nor too runny.
  • It should stick to the stains you are cleaning.
  • Next, spread it over the stain and let it dry.
  • After the baking soda paste has dried, spray it with vinegar to make it foam.
  • Scrub away the stain with a sponge until it is completely gone.
  • Then, wash and dry the cookware.

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