How To Clean A Frying Pan
- my Citrus Vinegar Cleaner pictured above (I love this stuff! I use it to clean so many things around the house). If you are anxious to clean your pans and can’t wait for the citrus vinegar cleaner to get ready, just use lemon and vinegar (it won’t be as effective though)
- baking soda
- an abrasive kitchen sponge
- an old toothbrush
- Spay the outside of the pan, handle included, with the citrus vinegar cleaner (avoid the teflon if you clean a teflon pan – I haven’t tried this method on the actual teflon!). If you don’t have the citrus vinegar cleaner, rub some lemon on the pan, leave to dry and then spray with white wine vinegar.
- Sprinkle baking soda generously over the areas you’ve just sprayed with the citrus vinegar cleaner; it will bubble a little which is fine, that’s the whole point of this method.
- Spray some more citrus vinegar cleaner, making sure the baking soda doesn’t become too wet and starts dripping on the sides. Again, it will bubble some.
- Allow the mixture to sit for a minimum of 20 minutes, up to 30 (timing may change depending on how scorched your pans and pots are; you may need to experiment with your own pans and pots, that’s the time frame I applied on mine).
- Grab an abrasive kitchen sponge and gently start scrubbing, using the abrasive side not the soft one; you will find that you won’t need to scrub too hard, most of the scorched areas are cleaned already.
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- Use the toothbrush for tiny areas such as the rim or around the handles.
- Give the pan a very thorough rinse. Run your fingers around the pan to make sure all baking soda has been removed; it tends to stick to the pans even after rinsing.
- Enjoy your new pans and pots!
Note: If your pans and pots are super scorched you may need to repeat the whole process. Use this method for cleaning pans and pots on a regular basis (i.e. after each use).
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