Kitchen

How Do You Clean Burnt-On Food From Pots and Pans?

One of the most common questions asked in homes today, especially for young homeowners who are fresher to housekeeping, is this: “How do I clean this stuff out of my pot?” Most often this ‘stuff’ is food that’s burntand stuck to the inside or even burn marks on the underside of you stainless steel pots. Thankfully, the answer is a lot easier than you might think.

Method #1: The Paste

This may sound a little odd, but it works. All you need is water, baking soda, and a good quality scouring sponge from a pot scourer manufacturer like SMI Industrial.

Firstly, you mix the water and baking soda into a paste-like substance. From there all you need to do is use your scouring sponge to scrub and spread this paste over the dirty areas of the pan, leave to dry, and then rinse and scrub with some warm, soapy water. Voila! It’s that simple.

Method #2: The Soak

For this method you’ll need a basin big enough to accommodate your pot or pan, some dishwashing detergent, and your trusty scouring sponge.

Fill the basin with hot water, mix in your dishwashing detergent, and dunk your pot or pan. Some people recommend leaving it like that overnight, others a few hours at least, so you can use trial and error here as your needs demand. However long you decide to leave it soaking the time will come to take it out and start scrubbing with your scouring sponge, rinse the soapy residue off with warm water, and marvel at the results.

Warning: Never leave teflon-coated pots or pans soaking in dishwashing detergents, as this will ruin the non-stick coating you bought it for in the first place.

Method #3: The Boil

Following the idea of using hot water, this time you’re going to start by filling your pot or pan partway with cold water, adding about a quarter cup of baking soda. Once that is done, bring the water to boil and allow to simmer for about 15 minutes before turning off the heat and allowing the water to cool again.

Now that the boiling is complete, it’s time to scrub with a pot scourer. There are many to choose from such as copper or stainless steel pot scourers, but if you’re worried about scratching your pot you can also opt for the plastic variety. Just make sure to scrub the pot/pan firmly but gently, and when you rinse it you should see a definite difference.

Where can you find these cleaning products?

Easy! Simply look up SMI Industrial and you’ll find these and a wide range of other cleaning products that are perfect for cleaning all around your home.

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