Can you tell me if cleaning ability "the" is easier when you have 18/10 stainless …?
… Utensils vs. a grade lower stainless? Such as pots that have "Copper" in the middle or the bottom or even the cheaper brands looking stainless pans. Especially when something burns and turns black pan, how is it so easy to clean? I have a boyfriend who does some cooking and it is not safe and will not cook in stick hard anodised pots or not then he will bring home "cheap" steel pots overcook and they get 'burned and Black. I plan to make him a good game for Christmas, so wonder how it will work to keep them clean? We have an electric stove hob ceramic, if that makes a difference.
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