The most delicious food requires a lot of sacrifices in the kitchen. Not only that you will stand up for hours, but at the end of cooking a delicious meal, your pots and pans will look like they’ve been saved from a fire.
What do you do next, dear chef? Well, don’t bother, just enjoy the fine dine with your family and let the next natural cleaning hack to do the job.
– a cup of water
– a cup of white vinegar
– 2 teaspoons of baking soda
How to proceed?
Place the pan on the stove and pour a cup of water to cover the entire burnt surface.
Add a little white vinegar and leave it on fire until it begins to sizzle.
Take the pan off the stove and put 2 teaspoons of baking soda. Leave the solution to act for a few minutes.
Empty the pan.
Take a dish sponge, and with the abrasive surface start rubbing the burnt grease traces from the pot or pan.
You will see that all the traces will be easily removed, and harsh scrub will be a bad dream.
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