Our pans, pots and kettles accumulate burnt-on grease because of daily use.

We usually choose the strongest commercially available detergent in order to remove this dirt. But powerful products contain many harmful chemicals that can cause skin burns or allergies. Fortunately, you can replace them with natural methods that are quick and surprisingly effective.

Here are some of the best:

Removing burnt-on grease from pans:

• Peel a medium potato. Cut it in half and sprinkle baking soda over one half.

• Rub the bottom of the pan with it.

• Although the method requires effort, the results are excellent.

• For degreasing very dirty pans, repeat the process by replacing the potato slice with the second one.

Removing burnt-on grease from kettles:

• Rub the inside of the kettle with a dry tea bag.

• The tea bag absorbs and removes burned-on grease very efficiently.

• For very dirty kettles you may need 2-3 tea bags.

Removing burnt-on grease from pots:

• Sprinkle 4-5 tablespoons of baking soda into the pot and then pour water.

• Let the water boil for 30-50 minutes.

• Wipe the pot with a towel.

• This method does not require effort, but takes time. But it’s the most effective way to remove burnt-on grease from pots.

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