Why You Should Use Warm Water to Wash Your Pot and Pans

Cleaning your utensils thoroughly is vital to maintain the good health of your family. Read the cleaning tips given below to know the best way to clean them.

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Wash your utensils with a good quality dishwashing gel. You can try using Vim Dishwash Gel, which is easily available in the market. To boost the effectiveness of the dishwashing gel, use warm water for washing and rinsing your utensils. It has some distinct advantages over cold water. Read on to learn more. 

1) Saves Time 

Using warm water can drastically reduce the time and effort required to remove stains from your pans and pots. It lifts grime and oily residue from your dishes, facilitating effortless cleaning. 

2) Kills Germs 

When washing your crockery, merely cleaning the stains isn’t enough. You must ensure they are safe to use. Warm water helps in killing disease-causing germs on your dishes and keeps your family in good health. 

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3) Removes Grease 

Some recipes require more oil or ghee for cooking, which can leave a greasy residue on your utensils. Now, if you wash your crockery with cold water it will cause the oil or ghee to condense, making it even more challenging to clean. Also, when you get rid of the residue grease, cold water will leave behind a greasy film on your dishes after drying. Use warm water instead for washing. It will cut through the grease and remove it from the surface of your utensils, making it shine after drying. 

4) Dries Faster 

Warm water dries up faster than cold water. You might not even need to wipe your utensils with a dry towel. What’s more, warm water leaves behind no streak marks or spots on your dishes. 

It may take a little time to get used to using warm water to wash utensils. But once you begin washing your utensils with warm water, you’ll never want to go back to using cold water again. 

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