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Rinto Multipot Enamelware: How to Clean & Maintain

RINTO MULTIPOT ENAMELWARE
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.

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