Pans and pots which we use on a daily basis may become a pain because of the thick layer of grease which stays on the bottom and sides.
You may use the usually, recommended, expensive chemicals but lets be sincere – they are not that effective as they claim in the commercials. Then again you have to use gloves to protect yourself and not to mention that smell. Sometimes these chemicals may cause allergies or even leave spots on the skin. But thanks to these natural methods you will never again use chemicals in cleaning your pots and pans.
You will need 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. This is not a very easy process and you will have to replace the piece of potato occasionally or cut the dirty part and dip it in baking soda.
- Tea bags
Take some unused, cheep tea bags no matter of the flavor and with it just pass the inner part of your dirty pots and pans. You will notice that the grease dissolves and it is absorbed in the tea bag. Use several different bags if your pans and pots are very dirty.
- Baking soda
Take the dirty pan, some baking soda and 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 an d pans because it eliminates all of the grease and dirt. In this way you may also clean your silverware and other metal lids.
Using natural means of cleaning we protect ourselves and our children.