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Wok Pan 304 Stainless Steel Wok (34cm/13 inch)

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Wok Pan 304 Stainless Steel Wok (34cm/13 inch)

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Product description

Size:34cm Without Cover

304 Stainless Steel Uncoated Wok

Before use

Part of the industrial oil quality will remain when the cookware leaves the factory, and water needs to be boiled for 2-3 minutes before use.

Then clean the whole pot with a scouring pad (a little detergent can be added) and wipe dry.

Using

1. First clean the pot and wipe dry

2. Preheating over medium heat

3. Add oil before preheating until the oil grain spreads to the surrounding

4. Enjoy cooking

After use

Please wash and dry thoroughly after each use to avoid the residue of food grease.

Avoid using cold water to rinse the high-temperature cookware directly, as it may not be easy to clean.

The cleaning tool can be sponge, scouring pad, detergent and stainless steel special cleaning agent.

It is not recommended to use steel balls and decontamination powder, etc., it will cause the mirror polishing to become dark and old.

If there is a paste pot, it is recommended to use warm water or add white vinegar (or lemon slices) to infiltrate the foam, and then wash it.

maintenance

To avoid the fire, the stainless steel pot has the advantage of fast heat conduction, no need to open the fire,

The advantage of using a small and medium fire is to save energy, can effectively reduce the sticky pot, the pot is not easy to yellow and black

(Because natural gas or gas contains too many impurities, it will cause the bottom of the pot to change color).

Before cooking, it is necessary to wipe off the water or oil stains inside and outside the pot to avoid staining when the pot is heated

It is forbidden to dry the pot for a long time. Although our company's pots have good resistance to strong acids and alkalis,

"p"But you should also try to avoid placing strong acid and alkali food for a long time

Wok Pan 304 Stainless Steel Wok (34cm/13 inch)

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