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Easy Cleaning Tips for Cleaning Your Home

How to Clean Your Pots and Pans With Natural Ingredients?

I love cooking but what I do hate is the whole process of cleaning up the mess after I am done. And I don’t really have an issue with wiping the countertops – my issue has always been cleaning the pots and pans I have used. I used to scrub them with soapy water and a sponge for a lot of time and the impurities, burnt food, and grease never seemed to loosen up.

Thankfully, I learned that you can use a few natural ingredients such as baking soda and vinegar to easily and quickly achieve excellent results – without applying too much pressure. Below, I will show you how to clean just about any pot or pan you may have at home!

How to Clean Your Pots and Pans With Natural Ingredients?

– If you have copper pots and pans:

In order to clean your copper pan or pot, you will need baking soda, vinegar, and half a lemon. Soapy water won’t do the trick!

Sprinkle baking soda in the pot or pan you will be cleaning then pour a bit of vinegar. Both ingredients will create a fizzing reaction which will loosen up the impurities and help us in the cleaning.

Wait for a few minutes then cut a lemon in half, grab it and start scrubbing the pot or pan with it. Next, just rinse with warm water, and you are done!

– If you have enamel pots or pans:

Again, you will need baking soda. Start with filling the pot with water (enough to cover the stains), place it over the stove, and heat the water. Add a tablespoon of baking soda and wait for the water to start boiling.

Once it’s boiling, turn the heat down and wait for 5-10 minutes then rinse. In case not all impurities were removed, mix baking soda with a bit of water so you create a paste then use that to scrub the pot.

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