Go Natural in Cleaning Your Pots and Pans. Here's a Guide:

Removing burnt-on grease can be a daunting task, particularly if food debris has been left to accumulate for some time.

The best way to remove burnt-on grease from pots and pans can depend on how rigidly the grimy black stuff (excess carbon) is clinging to the surface. Here are several methods you can try at home to get your pots and pans clean and fresh.

Baking soda

You will need a cooking pot that is big enough to fit in the pan. Put some water, 4-5 small spoons of baking soda and cook it for 30 to 50 min, depending on the amount of grease. This effortless method takes time but is the most effective way of cleaning pots and pans because it eliminates all of the grease and dirt. In this way, you may also clean your silverware and other metal lids.


Take one medium-sized potato and some baking soda. Cut and dip the potato in the baking soda, and then rub the bottom of the pan. Occasionally, you will have to cut the dirty part of the potato and dip it in baking soda several times.

Tea bags

Take a dry, unused tea bag, and just go through the inner wall of the pot that has the fat deposits. You will immediately notice that the fat dissolves as if it is absorbed in the tea bag. 2-3 tea bags and it is “goodbye fat”. For this purpose, buy the cheapest tea in bags.

By using these natural methods of cleaning, we protect ourselves and our children.

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