Have you ever cooked something and found that all your scrubbing and scrubbing does nothing to remove the burnt-on bits left on your pan or baking dish? As much as I love making and eating a frittata, cleaning the pan afterward has always been a chore.
Well...no more! That's because I've discovered the easy and non-toxic way to clean my pots and pans. All you need is baking soda and hydrogen peroxide (or warm water), a sponge, and some time. I swear, it truly is that easy! And you don't even need to wear gloves. Follow along...
Step 1: Gather supplies. You'll need Baking Soda, Hydrogen Peroxide (or warm water), and a bowl to mix it in.
|Making the paste|
|My burnt pan :-(|
|Covered in the paste.|
Step 4: Scrub clean with a soft sponge, rinse with warm water, and TA-DA! Your pan is shiny again!
|My pan is shiny and new-looking!! :-)|
What's your favorite non-toxic cleaning secret? Share in the comments below!