How to wash burnt pans: a cheap and quick way
Burnt pans are a real pain for housewives. After just a few uses, new pans can become covered with dark soot.
One of the first causes is untimely washing. It is better to wipe off burnt fat immediately, without leaving dirty dishes for several hours or even days. However, even if the trouble has already occurred and the pan is covered with soot, you shouldn't throw it away right away. Read OBOZREVATEL's article to find out which life hack is best to use.
Of course, to clean a burnt pan, you can buy chemical cleaners, which are usually expensive.
Alternatively, you can use ingredients that are sure to be found in every kitchen.
A simple recipe for burnt pans
Measure out 2 tablespoons of 3% peroxide and 1 teaspoon of dishwashing detergent. You should also take baking soda, about half a glass.
Mix all the ingredients in a container. A foam should soon appear. The mixture should not be too thick; if there is too much baking soda, add more peroxide.
Spread the resulting paste on a clean pan. Do not wipe off the mixture immediately, leave it for 10-15 minutes. Then thoroughly rub the areas with carbon deposits with a metal brush. When the grease is gone, wash the pan again with your usual detergent.
Earlier, OBOZREVATEL told you how to wash the oven in 5 minutes.