Some of the prices have changed too. Like the Large Groved Cutting Board is now $25 (was $22) and the Quikut Paring Knife is $1.25 (was $1).pamperdawn said:I noticed in the F/W catalog the Whisks are listed as a 3 yr guarantee now instead of the Lifetime. Does anyone know the reason they changed it?
Has anyone found other items that are different?
To clean a stainless steel whisk, first rinse it with warm water to remove any food particles. Then, mix equal parts of water and white vinegar in a bowl and soak the whisk for a few minutes. Use a sponge or brush to remove any remaining residue, and rinse with warm water. Dry the whisk with a towel or let it air dry before storing.
Yes, stainless steel whisks are typically safe to put in the dishwasher. However, it is always best to refer to the manufacturer's instructions for specific care and cleaning guidelines. Additionally, some whisks may have non-stick coatings or other materials that are not dishwasher safe.
To prevent rusting, it is important to properly dry your stainless steel whisk after each use. Also, avoid leaving the whisk in water for extended periods of time and store it in a dry place. If rust does appear, use a mixture of baking soda and water to gently scrub it off. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
It is generally not recommended to use a stainless steel whisk in non-stick cookware as it may scratch or damage the coating. Instead, opt for a silicone or rubber whisk specifically designed for use with non-stick surfaces.
If your stainless steel whisk starts to show signs of rust, discoloration, or damage to the wires, it is time to replace it. Additionally, if the wires become loose or bent, it may be time for a new whisk. It is important to regularly inspect your kitchen tools and replace them as needed to ensure safe and effective use.