Your wok is durable! Before we get too deep into the maintenance, remember that the wok is very durable. It's made of steel. You can find all sorts of people fussing over their woks, which is awesome, but only to a point.
Using the wok regularly is the best maintenance program. The best way to take care of your wok is to use it regularly. “Seasoning” a wok just means getting it really hot and covering it in oil which is what happens when you use the wok. If we ever look at our wok and feel it needs a little love, we’ll stir fry a simple green vegetable in oil and boom!, we now have a nicely seasoned wok and a tasty veggie.
Wipe your wok clean after use. After a simple stir fry, we recommend that you simply wipe the wok clean with a paper towel. No water. Definitely no soap, Just a quick wipe down. If you really want to rinse out the wok that is fine, just make sure to wipe off the water or heat the wok on the stove until it dries out (make sure you remember to turn the heat off....).
Now, let’s say you finish cooking up a particularly saucy stir fry, and you are confident you don’t want that sauce to affect your next dish. Bring your wok over to the sink, scrub it out with warm water and then bring it back to the stove. Turn the heat on and dry out the wok. Once the wok is dry, add a little oil. Swirl it around until the wok is hot and covered in a thin layer of the oil. Turn off the heat and wipe out the excess oil with a paper towel. Your wok is now ready to hang out until your next meal.