5 ways to clean the burnt pan

5 Ways To Clean The Burnt Pan

When you are excited to prepare your favorite dinner, have you noticed that your pan has been burned? A burnt pan is difficult to clean, so what can you do now?

Don’t throw your pan away first. Here we’re going to introduce five natural cleaning methods to help you get rid of the burnt pan.


  1. White vinegar + Baking soda

Vinegar and baking soda-burnt pan


Mix one cup of water and one cup of vinegar to the pan. Heat the solution and allow it to boil. After boiling, remove from the heat and discard the solution. Add two tablespoons of baking soda into the pan and let it sit for a few minutes. Use a sponge to scrub the burnt area and rinse it.





  1. Dishwashing tablet

Dishwasher tablet-burnt pan


Dishwashing tablets can be used to clean the tough stains. Warm up the pan with low heat for a few short minutes. Remove the pan from the heat and use the dishwashing tablet to scrub across the burnt area gently. Rinse with warm water.





  1. Aluminum Foil + Baking soda

Aluminum Foil-burnt pan


Sprinkle two tablespoons of baking soda into the pan and add an equal part of hot water to make a paste. Scrubbing the burnt area with crumpled aluminum foil. Rinse with warm water.






  1. Boiled lemons

boiled lemons-burnt pan


Cut two to three lemons and put them into the pan. Fill the water in and bring it to a boil. After boiling for 10 minutes, discard the water and lemons. Use a sponge to remove the remaining burnt-on bits.





  1. Ketchup

Tomato-burnt pan


Ketchup can break down the copper oxide effectively. Put the ketchup on the burnt pan and let it sit for around half an hour. Use a sponge to scrub away the ketchup and rinse it with water.





You can choose the most appropriate cleaning method based on the materials. Hopefully, the methods listed above can help you to remove the nasty burnt stains from the pan effectively.


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