How To Clean Burnt Pots & Scorched Pans

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On the off chance that you’ve ever experienced the torment of a frying pan? I have discovered an answer that is chemical free, cuts cleaning time half and gives you a chance to keep your pan. Cheer!

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if you’ve ever experienced the pain of a burnt pan I bring good news!

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What You Need

Materials

  • 1 cup of vinegar
  • 2 tablespoons of baking soda
  • 1 cup of water (give or take depending on the size of your pan)
  • A burnt stainless steel pan that was left empty and unattended on a heated hot plate. oops!.
  • A scourer, because I can’t find any way to avoid it entirely

Instructions

1. Fill the bottom of the pan with a layer of water.

2. Add the vinegar.

3. Bring the pan to the boil. It should be looking a bit cleaner already.

4. Remove the pan from the heat and add the baking soda. Expect fizz!

5. Empty the pan and scour as normal; if necessary add an extra bit of dry baking soda.

6. If there are any super stubborn marks that don’t come off with scouring, make a paste of baking soda and a couple of drops of water. Leave the paste on the marks for a while and return to clean as normal.

7. Ta-da! Now you can put your feet up and enjoy the many hours you saved yourself standing over the sink.

 

 

 

 

***Full DIY source and credit: www.apartmenttherapy.com

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