Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Clean Your Dirty Pots 'n' Pans

Cleaning cookware is one of the hardest tasks, which every housewife has to deal with in her everyday cleaning. However, there are some convenient alternatives between you can choose in order to select the most suitable one for your own domestic cleaning assignments.

If you ask some of the cleaners London, what is the cleaning task they prefer to do, cleaning dirty pots and pans or carpet cleaning, they will probably choose the first option. Therefore, here are some tips how to clean your pots and pans, in the best possible way.
  1. What types of pots and pans do you have? Some pots and pans have wooden or plastic handles, which cannot be washed in the dishwasher. This is because, there is a risk the handle to stain, crack or fade. Also, there are some metal pans and pons, such as cast iron pans, which do not have to be cleaned in the dishwasher, too, because they can rust. Therefore, wash your cast iron cookware by hand in warm water. If there are any hard stains on your cast iron pots and pans, soak them in water with a half cup of white vinegar and then wash them.

  2. One really effective trick, which many London cleaners also use says how to clean stubborn stains with potato peel. So, put some potato peel in the pan and cover its bottom with water. Then, boil the water and let it for about 10 minutes. Turn off the oven and clean the pan with some type of washing detergent.


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