Having rust on pots and pans doesn’t necessarily motivate anyone to cook.
This clever trick will help remove any sepia – or fawn – flaking coating of cracks without any overpriced rust removers.
Secret: a potato.
You read that right, potatoes are a natural option that can be used to remove rust, according to The Daily Express.
This trick is very simple and can be used with any cookware in the kitchen.
First, you need to wash the rusty pot or pan to remove any grease or residue.
Then, cut the potatoes in half and dip the sliced ends in soap or baking soda.
Then use that same tip to scrub all the rusty areas of your pot or pan.
After the potatoes start to wilt, cut off that part to continue scrubbing the rust until it’s gone.
Once done, all that’s left to do is dry the pan.
But this isn’t the only clever trick to cleaning pots.
Another cleaning expert shared a super easy method to Removes nasty grease with almost no scrubbing involved.
The first step is to sprinkle some salt and sprinkle some baking powder on top.
Then pour a small amount of dish soap, cover with some paper towels, and add white vinegar.
After everything is mixed together, remove the wet tissue.
At this point, the paper towels should have been cleaned of grease.
And finally, you use the remaining solution to wipe the bottom of the pan and rinse.
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