Suppose you have prepared a sumptuous meal. Everything is ready and you have set the table. The gas has to be turned off in just 2 minutes, but if you get on the phone, then just... understand that your food is also gone and the utensils will also burn. In such a situation there are sure to be two problems, one that your delicious food will not be edible at all, and the worry of rubbing the pan is different.
This happened not just to you, but to many of us. Don't know how many utensils in our kitchen have been burnt due to the slightest mistake. How difficult it becomes for you to wash them. They do not remove stains even after repeated washing for several days. That much, the luster of the utensils also starts to be lost.
Do you know how to clean these utensils? There are some materials with the help of which your work will also become easier. Let us tell you about those 3 magical ingredients in this article.
You also use aluminum foil to wrap food. But have you heard about its amazing hacks? One hack of aluminum foil is that it can help in cleaning the burnt layer stuck on the utensils. Your method of using baking soda with aluminum foil can leave your pan spotless.
All you have to do is make a paste by mixing 2 tablespoons of baking soda and warm water. Make a ball with aluminum foil and then rub your griddle or pan with the baking soda paste on the foil until the dirt is removed. Then wash your utensils again with hot water and dish soap.
Lemon is widely used for cleaning the house. You can use it for everything from cleaning the floor to sanitizing your belongings. You can also use it to keep the house fresh (How to remove blackness and rust from iron pan).
You don't even need fresh lemon for this. Just put lemon peels on your burnt pan and heat it by adding water. Boil it for 7-8 minutes and then keep this water in a separate pan. Now rub the pan with lemon peel and clean it. After this, scrub the griddle with the same water and soap and clean it.
There's no doubt that baking soda and vinegar are the best cleaning combo. Both these ingredients are found in almost every kitchen. Even if you wash your utensils once a week with this, the shine of the utensils will remain intact.
For this, simply mix equal amounts of water and vinegar in a pan and bring to a boil. Add two tablespoons of baking soda and soak the pan for 15 minutes. Strain the water to remove the burnt bits and scrub the pan clean. After this, wash your utensils with the dishwasher. Your pot will start to shine.
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