3 Natural Ways To Clean Pots, Trays And Pans Very Efficiently

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You do not know how to clean pots, trays and pans old?

Here are some tips that will help you with this difficult task! Your kitchen will be shinier than ever! Who does not want that?

If your pots no longer look like in the beginning and you plan to throw them away, you should think twice before you do that. Read these instruction, try them first and you will see that you got rid of a problem and also you can keep your cookware. There are several simple ways to remove grease, dirt and rust from the pots even in the kitchen. Even the pan will look exceptional. Look what you can do!

1. Do you have an oven tray on which was hardened the grease and debris? You can clean it efficiently with a simple new ingredient. Rub the pan with a sponge soaked in a solution of water and baking soda and within minutes you it will look great. Also, hydrogen peroxide is a powerful ingredient that helps to remove even the most stubborn stains from cooking pots. So give it a try to see the amazing results!

2. On Pyrex pots there always appear stubborn stains, no matter how well you wash them. It is time to turn to baking soda also, which will help you remove these kinds of stains. You need liquid soap, baking soda and a toothbrush. Soak your toothbrush in liquid soap and then into baking soda. Clean very easy with this pasta dish and then leave it on for 20 minutes. You will immediately remove the stains with a sponge soaked in warm water well and your pot will look flawless.

3. The old pans can be cleaned using two ingredients: potato and sea salt. Cut a potato in half. Put in a thick layer of salt pan and begin to clean the pan using potato. You will notice that the paste that forms will be dirty very quickly, depending on the condition of the pan. Then rinse it with warm water and the pan will look like new.

Image Credits: Cast Iron Skillet

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