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How To Get Rid Of Burnt Teflon Pans

Sometimes, we face the burnt teflon pans problem. Although the pots and pans are increasingly resistant to these injuries, if they are left a longer time on fire, there is no doubt they will burn, regardless the material they are made of.

Cleaning teflon pans is quite complicated. You have to use only mild and natural cleaning solutions in order to remove the burn on teflon items.

A simple and rapid method is as follows:

Add one cup of water in the burnt teflon pan, in which you have dissolved 3 tablespoons of baking powder. Then put your pan over low heat and let it simmer until water starts to boil. Remove the pan from the stove, drain the contents and wash normally with a normal sponge. Rinse and let it dry.

Baking soda is another ally in the confrontation with burnt teflon pans. Mix the powder with water to form a thick paste. This should be generously coated onto the affected areas and leave it on for a few hours, then remove and wash. The method can be applied to most types of kitchen ware: stainless steel pots, pans, stainless steel, enameled pots, or ceramic pans.

Copper cookware is easily cleaned with coarse salt. The affected area is rubbed with coarse salt and a little lemon juice or vinegar. Rinse thoroughly and … you’re ready to see the amazing effects.

The kettles are cleaned using vinegar. Add some water to the pan and place on fire after the water has boiled, add an equal amount of vinegar and let it soak several hours or, if necessary, even overnight. You will notice that the stains are gone.

If you have a set of stainless steel cutlery no longer as bright as when you purchased them, you can have their beauty back with a less common, but very effective method. You need to make a smooth paste from a tablespoon of chalk and a tablespoon of potassium soap (you can easily find in stores). With this paste and with a clean cloth you have to rub each piece of cutlery set. After rinsing, you can polish them with a cotton towel. You’ll get shiny cutlery and without scratches.

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