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Detergents & Soaps for Stainless Steel Pans & Pots

High-Quality Detergents & Soaps for Restaurant Pots & Pan Cleaning

At JM Products & Elite Services, you can lease commercial dishwashers to use in your kitchen or restaurant. And we have a great selection of soaps and detergents to help keep all aspects of your commercial kitchen or restaurant clean. Including some high-quality cleaners specifically for pots and pans. Here are the options we have available for sale.

Blue Magic Pot & Pan Detergent

Blue Magic Pot & Pan Detergent is ideal for heavy duty grease commonly found in restaurants and commercial kitchens.

Green Suds Dish, Pot & Pan Detergent

Green Suds Dish, Pot & Pan Detergent is gentle on hands and can also be diluted.

Premium Liquid Dish Pot & Pan Detergent

Premium Liquid Dish Pot & Pan Detergent is a dishwashing liquid that offers a long-lasting abundance of suds that quickly cuts through and suspends grease and soils. After using, you will notice that is provides a squeaky-clean feel and look to all stainless-steel pots and pans, while still being non-irritating to your hands.

Rinse Dry

Sure Dry Rinse Fluid is an economical drying agent that is designed to prevent spotting and streaking on pots and pans. Can be used in soft to medium water hardness conditions.

How to Clean Stainless Steel Pans & Cookware

When you work in the restaurant industry or in a commercial kitchen of some kind, then you are bound to have difficulties cleaning stainless steel pans and cookware. Stainless steel pans and cookware is commonly used in commercial kitchens due to its durability and ability to be non-reactive with acidic foods, like tomato sauce. Despite the fact that stainless steel is non-corrosive, without proper care and cleaning it can still become pitted or rusted. And these are not items you can simply plop into the dishwasher! Use one of the great pot and pan detergents we sell for excellent results!

Tips for Cleaning Stainless Steel Pots

Stainless steel pots and pans offer high-quality conductivity and heat distribution, which makes them a popular choice for commercial kitchens and restaurants. The biggest key to maintaining stainless steel cookware is to avoid scratches, scrapes, and deposits of chlorides from cleaners, hard water, or salt. When it comes to actually keeping them clean, these simple tips and tricks can help your pots and pans keep and/or regain their original shine. Please follow these cleaning tips:

Use the Right Tools

Always use non-abrasive or "stainless steel approved scrubbers" when cleaning pots and pans. It is crucial to stay away from mechanically abrasive scrubbers, like wire scrubbers or steel wool, because they will scratch the surface. And when stainless steel is scratched, it then becomes vulnerable to corrosion.

Scrub with the Grain

Stainless steel has polish lines that look very similar to grain lines. When cleaning, it is imperative to always scrub parallel with the polish lines to avoid issues with the cookware.

Avoid Chlorides

Exposure to chlorides over time may result in stainless steel becoming pitted, which makes the surface vulnerable to rust and corrosion. Chlorides are present in salt, hard water, and chlorinated cleaners.

Follow our guide for cleaning your stainless-steel pots and pans and keep them in the best shape possible!

General Care for Stainless Steel Pans

Once the pans are cleaned properly, please follow these general care tips to keep your stainless-steel pots and pans looking new!

  • Prevent any water spots by always drying pans immediately after washing.
  • In case of water spots, dampen the pan and rub it down with a moist sponge and baking soda.
  • Avoid cleaning methods that recommend using salt. Any repeated cleaning with salt or salt water can lead to pitting in stainless steel.
  • Cold food is more likely to stick to the pan. If you are adding meats and refrigerated foods to the pan, bring them to room temperature first to avoid any sticking.
  • Avoid using cold water on a hot pan, because it may wind up warping and disfiguring the pan.
  • Steel wool and other harsh scrubbers or cleaners can scratch stainless steel surfaces.

Did you happen to get burnt foods onto your stainless-steel pan? Using our detergents on a daily basis helps, but there are also some other ways to remove the burnt foods from the pans.

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JM Products has a great selection of soaps and detergents that are specifically made to combat the stains on pots and pans. For more information about all of the products we have for sale, please reach out to us today.

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When you reach out to us, we can provide you with more details and pricing information about these detergents and soaps. Located on Long Island, New York, we supply restaurants and commercial food establishments across the United States with dependable supplies.