If you for some reason forgot to take off on timewith plate pot or deep skillet with rice or buckwheat, will certainly remain at the bottom of burnt bottom, which is very difficult to clean up, even if you leave the pan (pan) for a few hours in water with dishwashing detergent.
Our tips will help you clear of soot and burning your dishes without damaging it.
Food salt occurs, probably, on eachkitchen. But it can help to remove fumes and soot from cooking utensils. Take a saucepan or frying pan on a layer of burnt food, pour half a cup of salt. Distribute it evenly over the bottom. After a few hours you can have a pot to wash.
If you have overlooked the milk, and it is you have burntto the pan, take a few tablets of activated charcoal and isotropy them into powder. Fill the charcoal on the bottom of the pan and cover with water. After 10-15 minutes, wash the pan.
Get rid of the sludge is very good lemonacid. Mix the citric acid powder with water, pour into a pan or pot. Next, the water should be brought to a boil, and then clean off the bottom when the water cools down.
These were the general councils. The next few tips on cleaning utensils made of various materials. Cookware with Teflon coating is cleared of a deposit quite easily. It can be easy to fill with water for 30 minutes and then rinse.
To the surface of aluminum pans food and milkalmost burn up. If, however, something burnt, proceed as follows: simply remove the usual soda and sprinkle her rag or sponge. Then scour baked-on food with a cloth with a little soda water. Scouring pastes and powders are not better use, because they can damage the surface. Also, abrasive powders should not clean the stainless steel cookware. It is better suited crushed salt.
Cast iron pans must be cleaned while they are still warm. Clean such pan of salted water. If time does not clean a cast-iron frying pan, in the future a deposit will be extremely difficult to get rid of.