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A brilliant tip for removing stubborn grease from pans and pots - when all you need is salt - voila! Home and design


Did you know that stubborn grease can be removed from pans and pots using salt? Here is the documented proof that it works

Cleaning a burnt song - with salt (@shellslittlehome)

We all know how difficult it is to remove stubborn grease from pans and pots as it is not water soluble.

No matter how much you soak them in water and cleaning fluid, there are grease stains that just refuse to go away.

It's good that we have cleaning patients on the net who share every possible tip for removing stains and the following tip definitely surprised us.

The experts at PureSalt claim that the best way to remove stains from kitchen utensils and even the stove is to use plain salt.

That is, you can completely give up expensive cleaning products and use salt and some hot water.

Given the cost of living, this is definitely a perfect solution.

There are several ways you can use salt to remove stains.

You can add a quarter of a cup of salt to the dirty kitchen utensils that are drowning in the sink and when you are ready to scrub - the stains will be easier to remove.

For the stove, you can sprinkle a little salt on the resulting stain - while it is still liquid - and after the stove has cooled, wipe the stain with a cloth.

That's how it works

Also, you can do as in the video above and remove stains from pans and pots when you put them on low heat and pour in salt.

Then you carefully rub the salt on the stained areas with a cloth and empty the salt.

In the video shared by knivesandtools, they also demonstrate how the rubbed salt looks dirtier than fresh salt added next to it.

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at PureSalt. They also shared an ingenious way to unclog a toilet with salt.

All you have to do is mix half a cup of salt with half a cup of baking soda and pour the substance down the toilet along with 6 cups of boiling water.

  • Home and design

  • order and cleanliness


  • Pots

  • pans

  • cleanliness

  • kitchen

  • fat

Source: walla

All news articles on 2023-02-07

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