My family simply loves eating eggs regardless the time of the day. Cooking eggs has many benefits such as consuming tons of nutrients, but at the same time has a small drawback: it leaves an awful smell on pans and utensils. It wouldn’t be annoying if the egg odor would’ve disappeared after washing the utensil or pan. Only imagine if you burn the omelet – the smell on your frying pan will get worse. The entire neighborhood will definitely know your menu.
So does boiled eggs! Even if they are good for health, over boiling eggs will leave a foul odor that is difficult to remove with regular washing. Sadly, even after washing the pans and utensils with fragrant liquid soaps, it is still difficult to get rid of smell.
Luckily, there are some household hacks that will easily remove a lot of strange odors, especially this nasty egg odor from your utensils and pans.
- Well, lemon juice is pretty good in removing egg smell from utensils.
- Just squeeze the juice of 1 or 2 lemons in the pan and soak the utensils.
- Let it act for 10 minutes, then rinse.
- The egg smell will vanish.
- When you are done with eating your egg, your dishes will accumulate the smell that eggs leave on.
- In order to get rid of egg smell take some gram flour and rub it along the dish.
- Let it settle on the dish for a while.
- Once done, gently clean off the whole dish.
- See, the smell’s no more on your dish.
- Only imagine the smell of eggs on plastic dishes: awful! The smell will linger for some time.
- Just wash the utensils and pan with dish soap.
- Then add 1 cup of vinegar in 300 ml of water.
- Soak the utensils in the vinegar solution.
- Let it sit for half an hour.
- The egg smell’s gone and your dish smells as good as new.
TIP: another effective way in removing egg smell from pans is to pour a cup of water alongside with 2 tablespoons of vinegar. Let it boil for 1 minute, rinse the solution with water, and give it another wash with dish soap.