Burnt dishes, pans and pots are a real nightmare. There is no way they will stay clean after use, especially if the food has boiled or the fat has run off them. The good news is that this shouldn't bother you at all. You don't have to scrub for hours until your skin falls off to clear your tan. There's just one trick you need to know to make burnt dishes shine like new.
What you need:
- 2-3 large pinches of s alt;
- 1 packet of baking powder;
- Dish preparation;
- Wet Sponge;
- Paper napkins or kitchen paper;
- 1 cup white wine or apple cider vinegar;
How to act?
Turn the burnt pan or pot upside down. Sprinkle with s alt. Pour the baking powder on top. Sprinkle with a little liquid dish soap as well. With a dish sponge moistened with warm water, smear the resulting mixture. Cover completely with kitchen paper. Pour the vinegar on the paper.
Wait for the mixture to work for at least 20 minutes. Then peel off the burnt residue, which will be dissolved as much as possible. The little dirt that will remain will be very easy to remove with a wire or the coarse part of the sponge.