Burnt pots or pans? Here’s how to clean them with non-toxic cleaners that really work.
This works so well, you may find you have pots and pans have spots that are CLEANER than when you started!
Recently I had the perfect opportunity would present itself to demonstrate how powerful vinegar and baking soda are in cleaning your home in the form of burnt on cheese!
I made homemade meatball hoagies and the cheese spilled over and burnt onto the pan. With minimal effort, I was able to get the pan sparkling clean!
How to Clean Burnt Pots and Pans:
1. Start by gentle scrubbing off what bits you can with a nylon scraper. (If you don’t have a scraper, add it to your cleaning arsenal. So handy! And they’ll last forever.)
2. Make a paste of baking soda and water. Apply the soda mixture to the burnt on food using a sponge.
3. Pour vinegar directly onto the pan and allow the chemical reaction to work. After about 30 minutes, scrub pan clean!
Check out this video on how to clean tough, burnt pots and pans using non-toxic baking soda and vinegar.
Can’t see the video? Head over to The Natural Green Mom You Tube channel to view.
I hope the next time you go to clean-up, you’ll remember this trick and will consider vinegar and baking soda!
Need more dishwashing help? See my Secret Shortcuts Everyone Needs to Wash Dishes Quickly!