How to clean tough kitchen stains using a dish wash gel
Your kitchen is one of the most prized spaces in your home. It is the place where you put your heart into making the tastiest dishes, conduct cooking experiments, spend time with family and also host guests.
So, it is natural that with these activities come tough stains and spills which cannot be ignored as they not only mar the beauty of your kitchen, but also leave it susceptible to germs and bacteria that can be harmful to your family’s health.
Therefore, it is important to nip this problem in the bud and take care of these stains. And one product that does the job is the humble dish washing liquid. Let’s take a look at some common stains found in the kitchen and how the dish wash liquid can help you get rid of them.
Burnt milk and food stains – Remnants of burnt milk stuck to your milk panis are arguably one of the most common stains you find in the kitchen. And more often than not, you have to put in a lot of time and elbow grease to scrub them off these surfaces. An easier and smarter way to do away with burnt milk stains is to add a few drops of dish wash gel to the vessel followed by water completely submerging the burnt area and letting it soak for an hour. Post that, scrape off the residue and scrub it like you normally would. If the stain is tougher than you think, simmer the dish wash gel and water mix on the stove for about 10 minutes, leave the pan to soak for a few hours and then scrape off the residue and scrub.
Yellow Turmeric Stains – Turmeric is one of the most used spices when it comes to cooking. While it does impart amazing taste and health benefits to your meals, it also leaves behind stubborn stains on the utensils, stove and countertop that may take away from the beauty of your kitchen. And who likes a kitchen with yellow spots all around than a clean, sparkly one?
The best way of getting it off is cleaning it off immediately, but if you do find a tough yellow or orange stain staring back at you, here’s an easy way to do away with it. Use a dish wash gel, either by itself or by diluting it in water. Leave it on for a few minutes and scrub it off with a sponge or steel wool and voila! the stain is sure to disappear!
Hard water stains – First up, what are hard water stains you ask? They’re the chalky white residue left behind on due to minerals like calcium and magnesium found in tap water. These minerals stay back on the dishes as the water evaporates. An easy way is to scrub the utensils with undiluted dish wash first and then rinsing it with water. Another way is to dilute dish wash gel with water and wipe the utensils with a microfiber cloth.
Oil and grease stains – Splitter! Splatter! Cooking leads to a lot of oil and grease stains on utensils. To remove these tough stains from dishes, soak them in a mixture of water and dish wash gel for a few hours. Once the debris loosens, you can scrub off the stains easily.
Now that you know these hacks, picking the most effective dish wash gel to get the desired results is key. The Emasol Dish Wash Gel is one of the most versatile, effective and economical dish wash gels that cleans the dishes as well as multiple kitchen surfaces. It also kills 99.9% of germs and its powerful lemon and tamarind formula removes grease, grime and other stains to keep your kitchen clean, sparkling, smelling fresh and of course a safe space in your home. Give your kitchen a taste of true cleanliness and banish stains with Emasol Dish Wash Gel.