How to Clean a Burnt Enameled Pot


Even from the ideal hostess, from time to time, extraordinary situations arise in the kitchen, the result of which are not only a spoiled dish, but also a burnt enamel saucepan. In a fit of emotions, very many women want to throw away kitchen utensils and forget about this unfortunate misunderstanding. However, to do this, the weight is not worth it, because even a hopeless-looking saucepan covered with soot can be cleaned. The main thing is not to postpone this case in a long box, otherwise it will not be possible to completely get rid of the dark ones on the surface and inside the dishes.

If the food in the pan is burnt, then should not immediately soak the dishes, since it is likely that the enamel will crack from the temperature drops. You should wait until the saucepan has cooled, then pour it with water, and then remove the remnants of burnt food with a sponge and a metal brush. Now you should resort to using any abrasive. It can be a powder for washing or cleaning tiles, table salt

or soda. Copiously applying the chosen product to the sponge, it is necessary to wipe it thoroughly with sooty and burnt places on the enamel. This recipe will allow you to remove the top layer of carbon in a few minutes, but in most cases it does not solve the problem crucially. Even if you put a lot of physical effort, completely remove the stains that are entangled in the enamel, still not be able to. However, at this stage of cleansing, such tasks are not put. The main thing is to remove a lot of soot, after which you can start fighting with the remaining spots.

There are several ways to get rid of them. First of all, with the help of baking soda , 2 tablespoons of which must be diluted in 1 water, pour the resulting mixture into a saucepan and boil over a small fire for about 40-50 minutes. After this, you must wait until the contents of the pan cool down, and then with the help of a sponge you can easily get rid of the remaining dark spots. Instead of soda, you can use and cooking salt at a rate of 3 tablespoons per 1 liter of water.after the mixture is brought to a boil, it should be poured into 2 tablespoons of vinegar, and then remove the pan from the plate and wait until its contents cool. After this procedure, the dark spots left on the enamel inside the dishes will completely disappear.
If the pan is only slightly burned, then you can get rid of stains with activated charcoal, several tablets of which should be ground into a powder, then sprinkle the bottom of the pan. After about 20 minutes, pour a little warm water into the dishes and leave the saucepan to soak for about an hour. Then it should be washed with any dish remover, especially when carefully cleaning the burnt areas with a sponge. In addition, minor blemishes can be removed with vinegar, 2 tablespoons of which must be mixed with 1 teaspoon of vegetable oil. The resulting composition should be thoroughly treated with enamel and leave the pan for several hours, and then wash it in running water with the addition of any abrasive cleaning agent.

There are often cases when pots burn not only from the inside, but also from outside the .In this case, the easiest way to clean them with detergent, which is taken from the calculation of 1 tablespoon per 1 liter of water. In addition, you need a fairly capacious container( bucket, welding, cauldron or pelvis), in which you can completely immerse the burnt pan. The chosen container must be filled with a previously prepared soap solution, which should be brought to a boil, after which it must be loaded into the pan. On a slow fire, it should be boiled for at least an hour, and then rinse thoroughly in running water and beat with boiling water to get rid of the smell of detergent. This recipe makes it easy to clean even very strong soot, and also remove the residues of grease and rust from any enamelware.

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