Despise washing your pots and pans?
According to sci-news.com, European scientists are working hard to eliminate the efforts of washing the dishes by creating a self-cleaning metal material. Researchers explained that a criss-cross laser pattern is being developed to wash away dirt or grime automatically so you won’t have to worry about a thing!
This unique invention is still in the early stages of development and is not expected to go to market any time soon.
So, in the meantime, here are some cleaning tricks to get your pots and pans spic and span.
- Crumple up some aluminum foil and use it to scrub your pots and pans clean.
- You can also remove stains from stainless steel pots and pans by soaking them in 2 cups of white vinegar for 30 minutes. Rinse and scrub with hot, soapy water and a microfibre cloth. Finish with spraying them down with cold water.
- If you have aluminum cookware, add 1 teaspoon of white vinegar to each cup of water until the stains are completely covered. Bring the mix to a boil for two minutes, and then rinse with cold water.
- Get rid of water marks on your pots and pans by rubbing it with the interior of a lemon. Buff the pots and pans dry with microfibre cloth.17
- Shine your copper pots and pans using a microfibre cloth and ketchup. Simply apply a generous amount of ketchup to the exterior of your cookware and let it stand for approximately 10 minutes. Rinse the cookware and buff dry with a microfibre cloth.