Some dirty utensils require a lot of effort to clean, and it may not be as easy with burning pots and bowls, as they are undoubtedly the most difficult thing you may face during your day.
Learn through this article how to clean burnt utensils inside and out using safe and natural ingredients from your kitchen.
No matter what type of burnt utensils you have, there are effective methods that help get rid of tough, stubborn burns without scratching your utensils and exposing them to damage. The secret is to use ingredients that interact strongly to dissolve the burnt grease and get rid of it.
Here are some ways to clean burned utensils from the inside out:
1/ Mix water, vinegar and baking soda
Practical solution suitable for light burns and all types of utensils. Ingredients: glass of water. One cup of vinegar. 2 tablespoons of baking soda.
Add 1 cup of water and 1 cup of vinegar to the hot pot and bring to a boil.
After reducing the heat, add two tablespoons of baking soda and leave the pot for two hours.
Pour off the liquid and wash the bowl as usual.
If any residue remains, mix the baking soda with the vinegar and scrub the pan again, then wash it with a sponge and dish soap.
Another method that helps to easily remove burnt grease without the need for heavy scrubbing.
Cover the bottom of the pan with a little water and put it on low heat and heat it slightly, after removing it from the heat, use dishwasher tablets to vigorously scrub the hard burns.
Rinse the pan and wash it with water and dish soap.
You can use dishwasher tablets to clean the oven from the inside to remove any accumulated grease and you will get amazing results.
3/ Boiled lemon
Cut two or three lemons into large chunks and put them in the burnt pan.
Add a cup of water and let it boil for 5-10 minutes until you see the burnt food particles start to float on the surface of the water.
Pour off the water and lemon slices and wash the bowl again with a sponge or stainless steel sponge with dish soap.
4/ Aluminum foil
Cover the burned area of the pan with a large amount of baking soda and add a little water to make a paste.
Crumple up some aluminum foil and start rubbing it thoroughly to remove any burn marks and stubborn stains.
Rinse the bowl with warm soapy water.
This method is absolutely the best for cleaning burn marks, but it is not suitable for non-stick pans.