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Remove Stains From Pots and Pans

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Everyone happens to burn their favorite saucepan. Everyone knows how uncomfortable and at times impossible cleaning is thereafter. Here are some practical tips on how to deal with the problem:

- If it is burnt during cooking, the food should be transferred immediately to s new dish. First, add cold water to the pan. Thus the stains will not stick to the bottom. Only then can be transferred into a new container;

- The bottom of the stained pot is covered with salt and allowed to stand for one hour. Then, the washed as previously bottom can be wiped up with paper;

- If the stain is light, try to wash the container first with cold and then with hot water. Repeat if necessary;

- Pour water into a stained saucepan and add 1 teaspoon of baking soda. Put on the stove and bring to a boil. The effect is instantaneous;

- Cook until finished, soak the pan with detergent, and let it stand for a while;

cleaning a pan

- All cleaning works better as long as you leave the water in for a while to have the maximum effect. If you are not available and preparations for cleaning oven are not to discharge;

- Place dishwasher powder with a little hot water for 20-30 minutes remove tanned;

- The pot is filled with enough bleach to cover the dirty part. Allow one day. In the morning there will be no need to even rub - just rinse;

- Another interesting way to cope is to addition of 3-4 tablespoons of wood ash and half a liter of water in the container. Boil on the stove and nothing remains tanned;

- In the most severe cases, detergent can be used. It should, however, be handled very carefully, with gloves because skin burns of the hands;

If none of the above does not help the best get a scraper tanned.

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