Do you remember when you first bought your cookware? The new pieces were so beautiful. Unfortunately, time hasn't been kind. Your cookware is now covered in stains and you're ready to buy a new set. Wait a minute though. What if you could make your cookware look new for less than $5? Better yet, what if the process was easy?
Things You'll Need
- Baking soda
- Non-abrasive sponge
Make a paste with the baking soda and water. Pour some baking soda into a bowl and add just enough water to make a paste. The amounts needed will depend on how many pieces you are cleaning and how humid it is.
Apply the paste to your pots and pans. You can use the non-abrasive sponge or your hands to do this. Just make sure the cookware is thoroughly covered.
Leave the stained areas covered for a few minutes. Heavily stained areas will take longer. Just don't leave the paste on long enough for it to dry out.
Use the sponge to clean the area. Dampen the sponge and scrub away the paste. Your cookware will look brand new.
Rinse and repeat, if necessary. If your cookware doesn't look brand new again, repeat the process. Some areas may be more stubborn than others and make take longer to clean.
Tips & Warnings
- This process will also make your bakeware look new again.
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