You will need
  • - vinegar;
  • - cleaning ovens;
  • - soft washcloth or sponge for dishes.
If syrup, compote or jelly got on the stove, just until the liquid is hot and not stuck to the surface, wipe it with a damp sponge. Especially love the streaks of plate with a glass surface - the sugar destroys the high-tech coating.
When baking sweet cakes and cookies often, the syrup flows to the pan and burn. Do not attempt to scrape this crust immediately. Cool the affected trays and soak them in warm water. If this is not possible, simply fill the trays with water to the brim and leave for an hour. Then pour water with soluble sugar and try to wipe the burnt remains soft sponge with detergent. If it failed again fill the trays with water. After re-processing will depart even stubborn dirt.
Casseroles, pots and pans, you can clean faster. Pour in water, add a couple tablespoons of vinegar and boil pots and pans on the stove. After this treatment, and depart traces of caramel and burnt oil. Pour the boiling water and thoroughly rinse the pans with a sponge and detergent. The remnants of sugar and fat will peel away if you lightly RUB them with a soft, non-abrasive sponge. Rinse the dishes, so there are no remaining traces of vinegar.
Clearing the dishes from the sugar stuck, do not forget about its bottom. Finding on the bottoms of woks or pots sugar crust, soak the dishes in the sink with warm water for 10-15 minutes and then wipe off the remnants of a hard sponge.
If you find sugar stains inside the microwave oven, put on a rotating tray with a glass of water and turn on the oven for 10 minutes. Then remove the beaker and wipe the surface with a damp sponge. The steam will soften stuck sugar, and it is easily washed from the walls of the microwave.
If your sweet cake prepared in the oven, splashed it with syrup, you will need a more thorough treatment. Soaking will not help, you will have to use a special tool for cleaning ovens. Make sure that the chosen cream or gel cleans the carbon deposits without harm to ceramic and enamelled surfaces.
Wear sturdy rubber gloves, provide respiratory protection (e.g., with a gauze bandage). Apply the product on the inner surface of the oven. Treat the bottom and the recesses for the trays. Leave the gel or emulsion for some time (the exact recommendations for use indicated on the label of the bottle). After the allotted time, wipe the oven with a damp sponge to remove the cleaning tools.