18g Optima Proclean Stainless Steel Scourers
Scrubbing Power With The 18g Optima Proclean Stainless Steel Scourers
When dealing with burnt food, there is more to worry about than just the odd taste of the meal. Turning the flame on too high, or forgetting to turn it off altogether, can wreak havoc on your cookware- and it’s so common that everyone who is involved in cooking activities is bound to find themselves in this situation at one time or another. The food that gets burnt onto the bottom of the pots and pans becomes difficult to remove, and requires thorough scrubbing with quality tools to get the task done. Here, you want to work with equipment that is actually suited for these kinds of tasks, not one where you will spend loads of time sweating through the chore. Turn to the 18g Optima Proclean Stainless Steel Scourers.
Heavy duty cleaners that you can rely on
These scourers have been designed for those tough kitchen cleaning tasks. They are abrasive, scrubbing away the baked on food on your cookware. You get to scrub the pots, pans, grills, baking dishes and even areas like the oven interiors, getting rid of the gunk that is soiling your units. Working with the Optima Proclean Stainless Steel Scourers is a breeze. Simply hold the scourer in one hand and place it onto the target surface, and start scrubbing. Apply additional pressure as needed, and work in circular motion. After this, rinse off the appliance or surface that you have scrubbed with clean water. Note that the Optima Proclean Stainless Steel Scourers are not recommended for the non-stick cookware.
The stainless steel nature of these scourers enables them to resist rusting. With the wet conditions that are typical of cleaning tasks, this is a welcome advantage. You won’t have to worry about corrosion of the scrubbers, or the pots and pans getting rust contamination. The Optima Proclean Stainless Steel Scourers are also highly durable, withstanding hot water and the various detergents used for the kitchen cleaning tasks.
The versatility of the 18g Optima Proclean Stainless Steel Scourers extends beyond kitchen cleaning. When there are stubborn stains on the tile surfaces, or you’re dealing with hard water deposits on washroom surfaces, the scourers will provide the abrasion that is needed to scrub away the grime. Bathroom scum build-up that stubbornly refuses to come off the shower walls and tub, the dirt that has caked onto the gardening tools- it can all be got rid of with the mechanical action provided when scrubbing with the scourers. However, note that when the 18g Optima Proclean Stainless Steel Scourers are used for in different areas (kitchens, washrooms, outdoor applications etc.), they should be designated for those specific zones, not used interchangeably. This is to prevent issues of cross contamination.
When it comes to cost, the 18g Optima Proclean Stainless Steel Scourers are easy on your wallet. From the affordable pricing to the convenient packaging, where a pack has 20 scourers, and a case comes with 5 of these packs, you get to purchase the quantity that meets your particular needs. What’s more, the durability of the scourers, plus their ability to resist rusting, prolongs their life. Each single scourer serves you for longer, giving you more value for the money you’ve spent on it.
Maintaining Your Optima Proclean Stainless Steel Scourers
In order to retain their operational efficiency, the scourers will need to be properly taken care of. This is easy- since it just requires you to clean the scourer after use, and allow it to dry. Rinse the food debris from the scourer after you’re done with the dishes. You can place it under running tap water, or spray off the debris with a dish sprayer. Proceed to wash the scrubber. Soapy or warm water works. In case the scourer has got heavily soiled after an intensive cleaning task, you can soak it in warm/hot water, or in normal cleaning liquid. After washing the scourer, give it a thorough rinse using clean water. Ensure that all the debris has been removed, then shake the scourer to get rid of the excess water. All that’s left is allowing it to air dry, and it will be ready for storage until the next time when it will be used.