Spick And Span! 3 Best Ways To Clean Pots And Pans Fast

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November 26, 2018 11:52 By Fabiosa

Those who do the dishes every day don’t need reminding how difficult it sometimes is to clean burned milk from a pot or remove burned cheese from a frying pan. However, there are several tricks that will help ease this tedious task.

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Today we will share with you a few simple and ingenious tips on how to make your pots clean and shiny again.

3 best ways to quickly clean a pot or a frying pan

1. Vinegar

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To clean a pan from burned food remains, pour hot water into it, add a couple of tablespoons of vinegar and leave to soak for a while. After that, everything will easily come off.

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2. Salt

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This method is perfect for cast-iron cauldrons or enamel cookware. Salt perfectly absorbs fat and fights soot. Sprinkle a few tablespoons of salt on the bottom of the dish, add a few drops of dishwashing liquid to make a paste, then wipe it in with a paper towel. Let it soak for 2-3 hours, and then thoroughly rinse with water.

3. Baking soda

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Fill the pot with water, add 2 teaspoons of baking soda, and place it on the stove. Bring the solution to a boil and then let it simmer for 15 minutes. When the liquid cools down, use a normal soft sponge and gunk will easily come off the surface.

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Keep in mind that each pot requires a special approach! For example, stainless steel saucepans can’t be cleaned with salt, and acids are contraindicated for enamel ones.

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