5-Minute Kitchen Hacks To Clean A Frying Pan
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Kitchen hacks for cleaning frying pans: Whenever you notice a burnt grease stain on the bottom of your frying pan, do you ask yourself how to clean it? Although you might have also felt like throwing it in the trash. But you do not need to do this because now you can easily clean it with the help of 4 things present in your kitchen. So let us look at some effortless methods to clean the burnt area on the bottom of a frying pan. 

Ketchup: You may find it a little strange to clean the bottom of your pots and pans with ketchup, but it works in a pinch and softens the burn by cleaning it up. But you may need a little more time than other hacks.

How to use it?

  1. Cover the bottom of the frying pan with ketchup.
  2. If possible, leave it overnight for several hours.
  3. Scrub to clean the pan

Salt: We have already told you that vinegar is the best way to remove burn stains, but sometimes you need something else to make a mixture. Coarse salt can come in handy as it easily cleans off the pans.

How to use it?

  1. For about an hour, soak the pan in white vinegar.
  2. Add salt to the pan's bottom.
  3. Rub the bottom in vigorously, add salt and dish soap as needed.

Baking Soda: Using baking soda and hydrogen peroxide is the easiest way to remove the burnt area from the bottom of the frying pan. In addition, this hack also magically works on stubborn grease stains.

How to use it?

  1. Make a viscous paste by combining baking soda and hydrogen peroxide.
  2. Use a scrubber and apply the paste to the bottom of the pan.
  3. Allow the paste to dry on the pan for 30 minutes to an hour.
  4. Scrub the pan with a scrubbing pad and a toothbrush.
  5. Then clean it with water.

Vinegar: It is an excellent acid to get rid of oil. Vinegar is a practical yet effortless method for lightly burnt pans.

How to use it?

  1. Fill your sink to the bottom with vinegar. 
  2. Add enough vinegar that the bottom of the pan can be submerged in it.
  3. Leave for an hour or so.
  4. Use a scrubbing pad, a toothbrush and water to remove the grease.