Over time, your cookware can develop a greasy film even with regular cleaning. Or perhaps you cooked a particularly greasy dinner that left a layer of grease on your pots and pans. All you need is one simple ingredient to add to your dishwashing regimen to cut through that grease.
Things You'll Need
- Baking soda
- Dishwashing liquid
- Dish rag
Fill your sink with hot water. Add your normal amount of dishwashing liquid.
Submerge the greasy pot or pan in the soapy water, then sprinkle some baking soda over its surface. Rub vigorously with the dish rag.
Rinse in warm water and dry with a towel. If any greasy film remains, repeat the process.
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