Whether coarse or fine, there is a whole range of potential cleaning products both pots and pans. We’ve prepared our two best tips for you.
1. Vinegar — the classic substance for many cleaning jobs, not only in the kitchen. With vinegar, you can get busy in the bathroom, descale your kettle and even clean pots and pans. And this is how: Mix water in a 3:1 ratio with vinegar put the mixture in the cookware to be cleaned and bring it to a boil for a short time. As if by magic the encrusted areas come off, you can then easily remove the residue with a cloth or wooden scraper.
2. Baking soda — another all-rounder for all things dirty, with which you can clean your pots and pans. If, for example, you want to clean a really soiled pan base, shake the baking soda onto the burnt area, add some water and bring the whole thing to the boil for a short time. Leave the baking soda solution to work for approx. one hour and you’ll be pleased with the result: Even once stubborn crusts can now be easily removed with a sponge or cloth. Another gentle yet biological way of cleaning your cookware.
Top tip: If this doesn’t help, repeat the process — this can help, particularly with old incrustations. Alternatively, you can usually use a salt solution, but this takes longer to work than the baking soda solution.