Pots and pans get dirty very quickly. Burnt fat, dirt and food residues sometimes penetrate the surface so strongly that even expensive products do not help wash the stains.
There is one very simple, cheap, and most importantly, eco-friendly and natural life hack that will help you quickly clean the dishes. How to restore shine to pots and pans – read the material GLOBAL HAPPENINGS.
You can get rid of obsolete traces of soot in a natural way and without any extra effort. If it is more or less easy to wash pots, then the situation becomes more complicated with pans.
Only one tool will help get rid of soot. It’s about the lemon. You do not have to inhale the harmful fumes of chemicals or spoil the skin of your hands with aggressive substances.
Lemon will clean pots and pans and – as a nice bonus – restore their shine. The effectiveness is due to the large amount of acid in the composition, which disinfects the surface and destroys bacteria.
A few lemons should be cut into quarters, put in a container, pour water, put on the stove and bring to a boil.
After boiling, the lemons should be infused for about 10 minutes. The acid will work and everything that is burnt will separate from the surface of the dish.
Rice groats will also help from burnt dirt. Pour a handful of rice into the container, add a glass of water and put on the stove. You need to cook the cereal until it becomes soft. After that, the fire under the vessel is turned off and allowed to cool – the soot should be removed easily and leave no trace.
Vinegar, salt and water are another effective remedy that will get rid of soot on the surface of the pans.
By the way, lemon will also add shine to glassware. Lemon juice should be mixed with a small amount of water, wipe the glass and wipe dry with a napkin dry. Read more about the life hack in the material.
Previously, GLOBAL HAPPENINGS told how to properly arrange dishes in the dishwasher for the most efficient and economical washing.
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