Monday, 13 June 2011

Clean Hard Stains on Pots and Pans

Being a housewife is not so easy as you probably think and if you were one, then you will probably agree with me. However, there are some duties in which even a perfect housewife can sometimes fail. For an example, not every housewife is good in cooking. Moreover, have you ever happened you to go back home, after work, and see a large smoke coming from the kitchen, instead of a tasty stake and a glass of wine, waiting for you on the table?! It is terrible, right?

Cleaning pots and pans can be really tough, especially if burning meals is a specialty of yours. However, do not worry, you are definitely not alone. For instance, there are many cleaners London who have the same problems like yours. Therefore, you have to learn how to handle the cleaning of your pots and pons effectively and I have some really great tips which you can use for the job.

1. If the colour of your favourite aluminium pot is disappearing then you will need to do the following procedure. Put 2 tablespoons of lemon juice in a litre of water and boil for about 15 minutes.

2. For iron pots or pans you will need two teaspoons of soda bicarbonate in a litre of water. Then boil for about 10 min.

3. For food stains sprinkle a little bit of baking soda on a sponge and then start rubbing the food from the surface. However, if there are any stains which you cannot handle, you better call someone of the professional London cleaners and ask them for an advice, instead of taking the risk of damaging your pots or pans.


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