Sometimes - in spite of our wildest intentions - we have a rather average culinary talent and we just don't get out of certain dishes. This ends with a burnt pot or pan. Sometimes we are also quite chaotic, organized on average, or something prevents us from concentrating - and a similar failure is also ready.
Smoke, bad smell, burnt food, which sometimes has to be thrown into the bin - of course, it's great losses and unpleasant sensations, but sometimes it's even worse that pots or pans are burnt whole. Some people want to throw them away right away, others do not clean properly, which destroys the whole surface. How to properly remove combustion from pots and pans in order to get rid of it effectively and not to damage the often delicate coating - for example Teflon coating?
Homemade ways are the basis of
Sometimes when you see a burnt pot, you lose hope - you just don't want to clean everything carefully, not knowing if the pot will still be usable. Usually, however, combustion - although it looks bad - is not that big at all. It settles rather on the surface and there are even homemade ways to get rid of it! We start with the preparation of salt, dishwashing liquid and dishwasher. Equipped with such a trio, we can get rid of most of the dirt. You can't do it immediately - it's important to leave your pot or pan for many hours. But the effect can be really good!
What do we do? Pour heavily salted water into a burnt dish and leave it for 12 hours. After this time, the water in the pot must be boiled - and cooked for about 10 minutes. Then add a little dishwashing liquid to make it easier to get rid of fat and use a kitchen sponge to remove all the dirt. As you can see, it is not so difficult at all - the combustion will be much easier to move away from the surface of the vessel.
What not to use for cleaning?
Many people who want to get rid of dirt quickly clean their pot or pan with sharp objects. It is true that the combustion will of course be removed more quickly in this way, but it will not be good for the item in the end. Sharp tools - even popular wires - damage the protective layer on pots and pans. Later on, it will be much easier to burn on them, so we will have to use them more often for cleaning. And every time you wash, it will get worse.... So it's worth remembering at the beginning of this path that you can first use a wooden or plastic spatula, and then use a dishwasher. Even one with an abrasive layer - but absolutely no knives or wires.
The way to get more dirty
If the combustion is really large, ordinary cooking salt and dishwashing liquid may not be enough. In this case, it is therefore appropriate to use baking soda and spirit vinegar. First cover the burnt surface with purified soda, then pour vinegar and add boiling water. Leave the resulting foam for a while, and after some time remove it with a sponge.