How to Clean Burnt Pots and Pans Using Non-Toxic Cleaners

How to Clean Burnt Pots and Pans

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This works so well, you may find you have pots and pans have spots that are CLEANER than when you started!

I posted on Monday about how to Green Your Clean by making non-toxic cleaners to use around your home. Little did I know the perfect opportunity would present itself to demonstrate how powerful vinegar and baking soda are in cleaning your home in the form of burnt on cheese! Check out this video on how to clean tough, burnt pots and pans using non-toxic baking soda and vinegar.

Can’t see the video? Head over to The Greenbacks Gal You Tube channel to view.

I hope the next time you go to clean-up, you’ll remember this trick and will consider vinegar and baking soda! Need more dishwashing help? See my Secret Shortcuts Everyone Needs to Wash Dishes Quickly!

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Comments

  1. This is great. I haven’t seen anything this useful since Sofia U’s book, “Gorgeously Green”.

  2. I love your idea about cleaning the bottom pans. My pans have groves in them. Any suggestions?

  3. Hi Jill, Would a toothbrush help navigate those grooves? Use the baking soda and vinegar, but then use the toothbrush to help loosen. Andrea

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