DON’T THROW IT IN THE GARBAGE: HERE’S HOW TO MAKE YOUR BURNT POT LOOK LIKE NEW AGAIN

 



Encountering a burnt pan in your kitchen doesn't have to be a nightmare anymore. With some household items and a bit of elbow grease, you can restore your cookware to its former glory. Follow this simple guide to clean a burnt pot using all-natural ingredients and make it shine like new again.


Equipment You'll Need:


A larger pot to immerse the burnt pan

Water

Washing powder

A potato

Salt

Baking powder

Baking soda

240-grit sandpaper

Running water

Liquid detergent

A sponge

Step-by-Step Cleaning Guide:


Prepare the Larger Pot: Fill a pot large enough to submerge the burnt pan with water. Place the burnt pan inside and ensure it's completely covered with water.

Boil the Water: Place the larger pot with the burnt pan on the stove and bring the water to a boil. The heat will help loosen the burnt residues.

Add Washing Powder: Once boiling, add washing powder to the burnt pan. This will help break down stubborn crusts. Leave it to work for a few hours.

Make a Potato Paste: Grate a potato and mix it with salt, baking powder, and baking soda to create a natural degreasing paste.

Remove and Empty the Burnt Pot: Carefully take the burnt pot out of the boiling water (use gloves or potholders) and empty it.

Apply the Potato Paste: Spread the potato paste inside the burnt pot.

Scrub with Sandpaper: Gently scrub the surface with 240-grit sandpaper, adding water to keep it moist.

Rinse the Pot: Once scrubbed, rinse the pot under running water to remove residue and paste. Your pot should now be clean and shiny.

If the Outside Is Burnt Too:


Repeat the potato paste application on the outside of the pot.

Rinse under running water, and use a bit of detergent and a sponge if needed.

By following these straightforward steps, you can easily remove burnt-on food and stains from your pan. Remember to protect your hands during the process. Enjoy your rejuvenated, clean, and shiny pan for your next culinary adventures!