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How to easily clean burnt Pots and Pans

Baking soda is non-abrasive, so you can use it any time your pots and pans need a thorough cleaning. This can be as often as every time you use them, or for the most stubborn, stuck-on food and stain situations.

Because who has time to soak a pot overnight, right? Simply combine baking soda and vinegar to make a thick paste and pour the solution into the pot/pan. Gently scrub it with a sponge and let the pan soak for 10 minutes (or even a few hours, depending on the stain). Wash the pan with a scrubbing brush, then rinse.

You should always allow pots and pans to cool before washing them; particularly hot stainless steel cookware can warp if submerged or splashed with cold water. Thoroughly dry your pans immediately after cleaning them to prevent water spots and white dried calcium spots from developing.

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