Think That Cleaning Burnt Food Out of Your Pots & Pans is Hard Work?

Think That Cleaning Burnt Food Out of Your Pots & Pans is Hard Work?

We have all committed the mistake of burning down a pot on the stove. You end up so frustrated because you cant seem to remove the mess from your grandmas favorite cooking pot! But you do not have to worry anymore! Here are simple home remedies you can apply to clean away the hard stain on your cooking pot.

We are going to share with you ten best ways to clean those pots from our featured site.

1. Baking Soda

To use baking soda, sprinkle a cup of two baking soda on the scorched area and put some water (enough to cover the pan) and cover it for minimum of 15 minutes to 1/2 hour. If stains still stick on the pan, repeat the process. Eventually the scorched mess will automatically fall off or detached from the pot and leaving it clean and shiny.

2. The BKF

The BKF stands for the Bar Keepers Friend. It is an effective cleanser for tough stains. Put some of the cleanser on a wet cloth or sponge, gently wipe it on the loosen bits in a circular motion. If the stain is still there, make a paste from the powder and put it on the stain for few minutes. Afterward, rinse the pot with soapy water.

3. Vinegar

White vinegar is probably the most famous cleaning tool. Just simply pour the white vinegar on the pot and let it soak for few minutes. The burnt stuff will eventually fall off the pot.

4. Hydrogen Peroxide

Pour around 1/2 inch of hydrogen peroxide to the pot and heat it until it became bubbly. Afterward, you can brush off the burnt mess.

5. Magic Eraser

Simply rub the magic eraser using a sponge and scrub if off like the BKF. You can also soak it for few minutes, but it is optional.

Those are the first five of the ten great tips. Please visit the 'One Good Thing' website below for the rest!

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