Cleaning your cooking and baking pans can be tricky, but it doesn’t have to be. There are many ways you can clean your pans with baking soda, as opposed to more expensive and potentially harmful cleaning products. This article will show you 5 tips on how to use it to clean your pans, so that you don’t have to worry about what sort of scrubbing chemicals are in your cleaning products, or whether or not they’re safe enough for your family to come into contact with later.
Non-toxic, all natural cleaner
Baking soda is a great natural cleaner that can do wonders for your pots and pans. And it’s super cheap, too! Here are three ways you can use baking soda to clean your pans:
1) Sprinkle a little bit of baking soda in the pan and add water. Let it sit for a few minutes before scrubbing off with a sponge. Rinse off all the baking soda residue before cooking or eating in the pan. Baking soda has been known to have some strange effects on your digestive system when eaten raw.
2)Mix 1 part baking soda and 2 parts water until it forms a paste, then rub onto dirty areas of the pan. Scrub off any remaining grime with a wet cloth.
3) Make a thick paste of baking soda and water (about 1/2 cup of each) then cover the surface of the greasy areas with the paste, let stand for 10 minutes before wiping clean.
Use Baking soda as a scouring powder
Baking soda is a natural and environmentally-friendly product that can be used for cleaning, scrubbing, and polishing. It’s also safe on most surfaces, which is important when working with glass or other delicate materials. For stubborn caked-on food: If your pots and pans have been burned by overcooking, sprinkle some baking soda over the surface of the pan before turning on the hot water to create a bubbling paste. Allow it to sit for an hour before washing it off with soapy water and then drying completely.
A good Mildew Remover
Baking soda is perfect for cleaning tough messes because of its gentle abrasiveness and low-scented qualities. It also removes stains on walls and carpeting, as well as odors like garlic, onion, smoke, pet urine, paint fumes and cigar smoke!
5 steps to follow:
1) Mix two parts water with one part soda in a bowl.
2) Put the mixture into your pan and let it soak for a few hours.
3) Scrub the pan with the mixture using a sponge or dishcloth.
4) Rinse off the baking soda and water and dry your pans by wiping them down or letting them air dry. 5) The next time you cook, add more of the mix to prevent mildew from forming
Water Filter Cleaner
How to use baking soda to clean water filter:
1) Fill your sink with water and add a cup of baking soda.
2) Swish bicard the around in the water and let it sit for one minute before scrubbing your pan with a sponge or dishcloth.
Making Vinegar Stronger
You can make your vinegar stronger by adding water and baking soda. Mix them together until it becomes a paste, then use a sponge or scrubber to apply it to your dirty pans and let it sit for about five minutes before washing off. The mixture will release bubbles that will help clean off hard-to-reach gunk.
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