Genius tips and tricks for cleaning pots and pans

After enjoying a hearty meal comes the most dreadful task ever, washing and taking care of grimed and stained pots and pans.

Some people love eating and trying new cuisines and tastes, whereas some people love cooking and creating new recipes. But you all would agree on one thing that no one, not even a single soul, likes scrubbing dirt and grime from dirty pots and pans. But what if we told you that now washing stains and tough oily food residue is easy, thanks to these genius tips and tricks.

Club soda as a cleaner

Here is a super hack for those who hate to clean the dirt and grime on the pans and pots. Put your dirty dishes in the sink before going for a meal and fill them up with club soda and leave it there for some time. The bubbles of the club soda would loosen up all the dirt and grime, and by the time you finish your meal, your dishes have shed off tough many strains and grime.

Cleaning Aluminum pots

It is always too hard to take out strains from the aluminum pots, but this hack would help you get rid of tough strain from aluminum pots. Just fill up a pot of water high halfway and add lemon juice. If you don’t have lemon juice, then you can use vinegar. Bring this concoction to a boil and then let it simmer for a few minutes and then wash it normally.

Stains on the glass dishes

Presenting food in a glass dish looks amazingly beautiful, but oil strains on the glass dishes can give anyone nightmares.Now you can easily use glass dishes without thinking too much about the grime and strains. To clean, fill the dish with water and add a few tablets of Alka-Seltzer or any other antacid powder. Leave it for at least an hour and poof! Your strains would be gone in a jiffy.

The painful tale of burned off food on pots and pans.

It is the woe of every kitchen sink; when burned off, food seem to stick to the pan and formpermanent gunk. To remove them, just use Hydrogen peroxide with baking powder to forma thick paste. Cover your pan with this paste and simply wash it off with a scrub easily.

So, are you ready to surprise your wife or mom with your newfound knowledge about strain removal from dishes?

Priyadarshini Kaul

Priyadarshini Kaul Mishra has two Master’s Degrees in English Literature and History. She is actively following her passion for the language by being a content creator since many years now. Besides this, Priyadarshini is a true bookworm at heart and tries to be an avid reader despite being a full-time mother now. She is also a professionally certified baker and puts on the oven mitts every now and then.
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