Aw, those wonderful burnt pots and pans. You know you cringe a little inside whenever you see one that has to be cleaned. Many of us try to get that burnt on food off quickly because the longer you wait, the harder it is to remove.
We found some wonderful tips for removing burnt food off pots and pans of all types, even stainless steel and copper. If you tend to let things burn – even on accident once in a while – this is a must-read. You can easily and rather quickly get that food off those pans so that you aren’t spending the rest of the night in the kitchen scrubbing, and that goes for the stove grates too – you can clean those suckers overnight with minimal effort. And while we’re at it, here’s a quick hack to prevent old food from sticking to your barbecue grill.
The best part is that you don’t need to run out and buy any magic potion to clean those pots and pans. This method uses only baking soda and dish soap and is so effective that you won’t worry so much about burning food anymore. Professional cleaning video from Melissa.