Optima Proclean Copper Scourers
Turn To The Optima Proclean Copper Scourers For Effective Scrubbing Action
It can be frustrating when you're faced with a case of food getting scorched onto your precious cookware. If you reacted quickly after noticing that smoke odour filling up the kitchen, you may have been able to salvage most of the food that was unaffected, transferring it into a different pot or pan- just leaving the charred mess in the affected one. That black solid residue that clings stubbornly to the bottom of your cookware can get on your nerves, especially due to the difficulty of removing it. Every cook goes through such situations. Perhaps you are juggling too many balls, preparing the ingredients, dicing up the meat and chopping away the vegetables, sorting the spices and doing the dishes- and just forgot to stir the food in the cooking pot, causing the contents settling at the bottom to be burnt onto the surface of the appliance. Other times you could have been distracted by issues that caused you to leave the kitchen- that ringing phone, the mischievous toddlers, a delivery at the front door, or you paused at the TV to catch that climactic scene in a telenovela that you love. The smoke billowing out of the kitchen snaps you back to the moment, making you dash to put out the flame- but the damage has already been done to your cooking pot. In some cases, it's partially science's fault, like when you’re dealing with eggs. Pans tend to have tiny cracks and crevices- so small that you barely notice them, until when it comes to frying eggs. The heating of the pad causes the metal to expand, and bits of the egg get trapped in these microscopic cracks, which then stick and get burnt. Here, the high temperatures cause the proteins within the eggs to bond with the pan surface. In fact, this cuts across the scope with protein-rich foods, which is why meat products, especially chicken and lean beef- are particularly susceptible to sticking to the metal cookware. Whichever the case, it’s a mess that needs to be got rid of- which is where metal scourers come in.
When dealing with stubborn grime on your dishes and cookware, you want performance and safety. Metal scourers are renowned for their abrasive action, being used to mechanically remove the burnt-on residue that is on the various appliances. However, there are various issues that come into play. Worries about rust contamination, or hardy steel wool scrubbers that can cause scratches on your units- these pushes one to look for a balance in the tools being used. A product with the abrasive benefits of the mainstream metal scourers, without the associated risk of causing scratches. That’s where copper comes in. Being a metal, it is at par in terms of operational performance. However, since it is softer than the alternatives, it provides a gentler effect on the items that are being worked on. That means you can use it on the more fragile pieces- like glassware or copper pots, without damaging them. When you come to the market, there are plenty of products on offer. Which one do you go for? Here, you want a product that has a proven track record of delivering on its mandate, and one that is produced by a brand that you can trust. For this, turn to the Optima Proclean Copper Scourers.
Multipurpose cleaning tool
With these units, you get enhanced cleaning capacity, enabling you to deal with that stubborn grime that is adhering to your cooking units. From the pans to the stove burners, the Optima Proclean Copper Scourers will scrub away the burnt-on food material, restoring the elegance to your cookware, that way you can proceed with the meal preparation activities- having wiped away all traces of the unfortunate events. It gets this done without scratching the surfaces being worked on, and its construction is also safe for your hands. The Optima Proclean Copper Scourers can be used on a wide range of situations. From cleaning the pots, glassware and sinks in the kitchen to remove the food waste and oily residue, to industrial cases when dealing with soiled machine surfaces. It even comes in handy when helping to polish stone surfaces and wood products. After you’re done washing the dishes, rinse out the Optima Proclean Copper Scourers that were being used. This will be easy, due to the construction of the products, then allow them to dry.