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Sunday, February 21, 2016

How To Clean Pots And Pans With Baking Soda

Move over cleanser, start cleaning pots and pans with baking soda. If you want to use more natural cleaners, baking soda can replace cleanser in your kitchen.

Baking soda is a wonder cleaner. I love how it replaces so many other harsh cleaners in my house. Honestly though I was reluctant to ditch the cleanser though it irritates my lungs. I started cleaning my pots and pans with baking soda and won't go back.

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Tips For Cleaning Pots And Pans With Baking Soda

1. Use baking soda to scour baking dishes and pans just like you would cleanser.

       I use baking soda to clean:

  • Metal pots and pans
  • Glass bake ware
  • Cookie Sheets
  • Crock Pot
  • Coffee pot

2. I always try to soak stuck on messes with hot soapy water before I clean a pot with baking soda.

3. Use a scour pad or scrubber sponge just like you would with cleanser. I do not have any non-stick         pans so I cannot give advice there.

4. For a handy baking soda shaker:
             -Take and ice pick and poke holes in the top of one side of an unopened box of baking soda.                   This makes the perfect shaker for your baking soda for cleaning. This shaker box also makes                   dusting your carpets easier to use for my carpet cleaning tip.

Baking soda shaker


3 comments:

Cozy Little House said...

Great tips, Elaine!
Brenda

daisy gurl said...

I have used baking soda on pots and pans, but never thought to try it on glass casserole dishes. Thanks for the tip. Pinned!

Kathryn Ferguson Griffin said...

Baking Soda is amazing! Thanks for sharing. You are one of the fan favorites at the Sunday Showcase from the Make it Pretty Monday party at The Dedicated House. Here is the link so you can check out your feature. http://www.thededicatedhouse.com/2016/02/the-sunday-showcase-from-make-it-pretty-monday-3.html Hope to see you tomorrow night at Make it Pretty Monday. Have a great Monday! Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse