Many people are careful when it comes to cleaning cookware, but did you know that you have to be just as careful when storing them?
It is a common mistake to just stack the pots inside, or atop each other and be over with it, but that sure is an abusive way to treat your cookware. So here’s the best ways to care for your Falez cookware sets to make them last longer.
Pegboards (wall mounted):
One of the easiest ways to store your cookware is to have a wall-mounted pegboard, because it allows you to store them without having to worry too much about the space they take, given that you can utilize empty walls into becoming a showcase for your favorite and most used pots and pans.
The pegboards are flat pieces of wood or metal that have multiple holes and slots for the hooks that carry your cooking ware and utensils.
If you have that unused wall space, be sure to flaunt your Falez cookware on it.
If you’re into pot stacking, I have good news for you. Don’t just let the pots rest against each other and leave marks and scratches, when you can easily use paper towels or dish towels as the front line of defense. You can also buy pieces that are made for that specific reason, they usually come with spongey padding to help eliminate the bumps that can cause damage.
If you have the cupboard space for this type of storage, then it’s the simplest option for you.
If you’re fortunate enough to have a large kitchen, then it is a must for you to have a pot rack.
If you don’t know what a pot rack is, it is that long metal rack with evenly spaced hooks, for you to finally use the holes in the handles of your pans, and the big handles on your pots. This way you can sleep easy knowing your pots are out of harm’s way when it comes to storage.
They can hold the weight of your Falez cookware, if you’ve correctly anchored them on the wall.
Now that you’ve gained this knowledge, you have no excuse to poorly store your cookware. Do right by them, so they do right by you.