Advice 1: How to wash a pan of fat

The fat in the panleft after cooking meat or fish is a nightmare for every housewife. Cookware becomes sticky and hard to clean. Sometimes even soaking it water does not produce the desired result.
How to wash a pan of fat
You will need
  • a dirty frying pan, which must be cleaned from Gary, water, salt.
Contaminated in the pan, covered with a layer of Gary after cooking, pour plain water. The water should fill the dishes almost completely.
Put a pan of water on the fire, after covering it with a lid and bring to a boil. Leave the pan to simmer on low heat for a few minutes.
Drain out the contaminated water from the pan.
Pour in a bowl of clean water and again put the covered pan into the fire. You will see that fat from the walls and bottom of the pan is gradually washed off.
Repeat the previous steps. In General, it is necessary to boil the burnt frying pan about five times, until she cleared almost completely.
In the washed frying pan pour two or three tablespoons of regular table salt. Spread salt evenly in a bowl.
Heat a frying pan with salt over low heat for 4-5 minutes. Now salt you may sprinkle out of the pan. Food prepared in utensils which have been cleaned in this way will be to burn much less.
If you burnt the pan, just wash with detergent under running water, have to wash it from this tool. In addition, in the future it will burn different products: vegetables, eggs, etc.
Useful advice
In order to clean the surface of the burnt pans, you can use a conventional activated charcoal. You must fill crushed activated charcoal in a bowl and pour a small amount of water. Then wait about a quarter of an hour and wash the pan hard sponge. But it is best to use pots and pans with Teflon coating, these pots and pans very easy to clean, besides, the food in them is almost not burning.

Advice 2 : How to clean the pots from soot without chemicals

Black soot on pots and pans is often a challenge, especially for owners of gas stoves. You can return the dishes Shine with the help of potent tools for cleaning plates or ovens – but not everyone is ready to use "toxic chemicals" dish. And then come to the aid of tested and harmless home remedies and even food, allowing you to easily clean the pots from soot.
How to clean the pots from soot without chemicals

To clean the pot or pan, you'll need a raw potato and baking soda. The cleaning properties of each of these ingredients are well known, and together they are able to do with dirty dishes miracles. This can be done in several ways.

Potato "brush"

Pour soda in a saucer, a potato cut in half. Dip the cut potatoes in the baking soda.

How should scrub pollution potato, using it as a kind of sponge or brush. Mix potato juice with baking soda is a great cleaner with light abrasive effect, which is pretty good with carbon. Rubbing necessary, putting effort – but the result will become noticeable very quickly, pots and pans brighten eyes.

Periodically cut the potato slices to "work the cut" was always fresh and the potato juice continued to come to the surface again, and dip in the baking soda.

After cleaning, wash dishes in the usual way and always rinse as it should, otherwise the cleaning agent can leave on the walls of pots of muddy stains.

Potato and soda "paste"

This method will require a little more preparation time, but will save power. So it makes sense to use large areas of contamination.

Clean the potato, RUB on a small grater. Mix the potato mixture with baking soda to make a paste and apply it with a sponge on the dirty surface.

Leave for 10-15 minutes then apply a hard sponge or brush for washing dishes.

Cleaning potato broth

Small pots, pans and woks can be cleaned of sludge, potato boiling in soda water. In a large bowl pour warm water, add the baking soda (one to two tablespoons per liter of water), put some sliced potatoes or even potato peelings.

Place in a bowl of dirty dishes and put on fire. Bring to a boil, boil for 15-20 minutes and wait until the water has cooled. Then wash the dishes with a hard sponge and your usual detergent.

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