How to quickly and easily clean kitchen utensils
Many wonder how quickly and simply clean the kitchen utensils. After all, there are so many of them in the apartment. And they all have such a not very good property to get dirty.
And not so long ago, the purchased teapot no longer glitters, the pans were covered with a layer of fat, and the cutlery darkened with time.
How to cope with such unpleasant changes. Let’s figure it out together.
If the board has darkened from time to time, and has become somewhat greasy to the touch, then you can clean it using the following method. And it can be done quite easily and simply.
- coarse salt
- half lemon
- the board we want to clean.
- Sprinkle salt onto a wet cutting board so that it covers the entire surface quite tightly. Leave for 15-20 minutes.
- Take a half of the lemon, and lightly pressing, start to rub the board. It turns out that you are rubbing salt.
- Now rinse the board with water and wipe with a clean cloth.
- That’s all! Your board will be as good as new.
- Mix soda with mustard powder in a ratio of 1/3.
- Pour into an old jar with holes in the lid.
- Use as usual with detergent.
Very optimal, and at the same time safe dishwashing detergent.
- Mix water with vinegar in a ratio of 2/1. Pour the mixture into the kettle.
- Close the spout of the kettle with a cork from paper.
- Boil the kettle for as long as it takes for the stopper to go off.
- Pour out the remaining water and rinse the kettle thoroughly with running water.
Scale will disappear and wash off with cold water.
- Prepare the solution. A tablespoon of soda and the same amount of salt is added to a liter of hot water, mix everything up.
- Aluminum foil is laid out in an enameled pan on the bottom. On top of it — cutlery.
- Pour the prepared solution into the pan with the instruments and put on the fire.
- Boil for 5-10 minutes.
- Further spoons, forks from a stainless steel wash ordinary means for dishes and a sponge. In the area of drawings, you can use a rough brush with a polymer pile.
And here is another way. It will require:
- Lemon acid
- Or a glass of vinegar
- On a liter of water is poured half a glass of vinegar or 100 grams of citric acid.
- In a solution, lower spoons and forks, bring to a boil. Once cool, all this can be washed in running water and wipe dry with a towel.
You can simply clean it with one soda. How to do it.
- Dilute three parts of soda with one part of water. You will have the simplest cleaning paste.
- It remains only to rub the forks and spoons to shine and rinse in clean water, wipe dry.
Soda is strong enough abrasive and not aggressive enough to damage the surface of the steel.
This method is also used to clean silver cutlery.
These are just some examples, how to clean household utensils quickly and efficiently, without using chemicals.