Nagar on the pan - life's work. It can be formed simply from time or due to an oversight. In either case, it is quite easy to get rid of it. You can do it with improvised means. The main thing to take into account the material of the pan, and clean it, armed with knowledge - a matter of technology. Enamel, aluminum, stainless steel - all this is served cleaning.
Universal cleaning products on hand
Suitable for all types of saucepans: soap, activated carbon, whey and salt.
Cleaning with soap is not suitable unless for a very strongly burnt pan. You can use both chips and liquid soap. It is enough to add soap to the pan with hot water and let the contents simmer for 20 minutes.
Activated charcoal to help cope with burnt jam or milk. For the procedure, 3 tablets, ground into powder, are sufficient. Having sprinkled coal on the spot, we leave the pan alone for half an hour. After that, we fill the container with cold water, let it stand for another 40 minutes and wash it as usual.
Salt Cleaning Nuances
A pot of stainless steel or aluminum is pre-filled with cold water for 2 hours. After the water is drained, the burnt spot is covered with salt and allowed to stand. But you do not need to fill the enameled saucepan with water, it is enough to fill it with salt and leave for a couple of hours, and then wash it.
Soda with additives and without
Enameled pans and stainless steel clean up the usual soda. It is enough just to fall asleep to her burnt place, leave for 40 minutes, and then wash off.
Mixed with salt, the soda will work “plus” even on aluminum cookware, but not for stainless steel. To clean, prepare a solution of soda with salt in the ratio of 1: 1, cover the burnt place, add a little water, pound it in a mush and leave it for a day. After the frozen solution is peeled off, the pot is poured with water and boiled for half an hour.
An excellent tool that allows you to get rid of not only from soot, but also from the remnants of fat - a mixture of soda with clerical glue. It is suitable not only for pots of the above materials, but also for cast-iron and glassware. 4-5 tablespoons of baking soda and 1 bottle of silicate glue diluted in 10 liters of water. After the ingredients are completely dissolved, the dishes are dipped in the resulting solution and boiled for half an hour, and then taken out and washed, not allowing the dishes to dry completely. Soap can be added to the solution if desired.
It is important to consider that not aluminum, but soda ash is needed for aluminum cookware, otherwise the saucepans may darken.
These simple tools can be cleaned not only pots, but also pans and other kitchen utensils.