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How to effectively clean Teflon, ceramic and aluminum frying pans

Tetiana KoziukFood
How to clean soot from a frying pan. Source: Pixabay

Unfortunately, there is no single universal product that will help you descale a frying pan. After all, such kitchen surfaces have different coatings. In this case, the methods and techniques will be different. And if, for example, one product will help to perfectly clean one pan, then another may even harm it.

The FoodOboz editorial team has gathered information and will tell you how to clean Teflon, ceramic, and aluminum frying pans from carbon deposits.

What to clean a frying pan from carbon deposits with

Teflon

You should be especially careful when cleaning such a surface. There are many methods using baking soda, salt, or acid, but all of these components are quite aggressive and can easily damage the non-stick coating. In order not to spoil your favorite pan, it is better to give preference to household chemicals with a concentrated composition.

How to clean a Teflon frying pan from carbon deposits

Ceramic

The peculiarity of such a frying pan is that it needs to be cleaned frequently because it quickly gets sooty on the outside. The most effective way is to put a ceramic frying pan in boiling water with baking soda and detergent. About 30 minutes of boiling and the pan will be as good as new.

How to clean a ceramic frying pan from carbon deposits

Aluminum

It's almost the same as with a Teflon frying pan. However, aluminum alloy is more sensitive to alkalis and acids. Even strong household chemicals can be harmful. The only thing left is baking soda or a stiff brush.

How to clean an aluminium frying pan from carbon deposits

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