Carbon-Off Demonstration - Dissolves Gunk on Pans Like Magic

This short video on a carbon off demonstration, and how it dissolves gunk on pans like magic will have you wanting to go out and get a can of your own. It's as easy as spraying on and then wiping off all of the baked on grime, with barely any elbow grease needed. The spray easily cleans built-up carbon off nearly any metal surface from pots and pans, deep fryers, grills, and more. It is one of the best ways to clean pots and pans.

One of the best ways to clean pots and pans and how to clean a pan with burnt on food is to right after using your pots and pans put some dish soap inside while the pot or pan is still hot. Then run some water over it, this will help to loosen up the grease and grime, and most of the dirt will go down the drain. You may need to scrub it out a bit, or you could also put some plain water in the pot or pan and let it boil a few minutes then pour down the drain. To clean a greasy pan easily, you can also try to add one to two teaspoons of baking soda to the water in which the pan is soaking. To remove tough burned, and crusted on food and the best way to clean pots and pans you can soak or boil a solution of about two tablespoons of baking soda to two pints of water in each pot and pan. Then let stand until the food particles are loosened, then wash out as usual. Use a mild or a moderate abrasive if necessary. Baking soda is a gentle abrasive that can also work as a paste when mixed with some hydrogen peroxide and rubbed on the grimy and dirty pot or pan. Leave the baking soda paste on the pan for a couple of hours and repeat if necessary.

Another way on how burnt to clean a pan with burnt on food, is a technique that also helps clean copper saucepans or copper pots. Simply sprinkle the surface of the pots and pans with some coarse salt. Once the coarse salt in on the pot or pan rub the salt into the stains with the cut half of a fresh lemon. To clean the bottom of dirty copper pans, sprinkle the bottom of the copper pan or copper pot with some coarse salt, then take a damp cleaning cloth with some distilled white vinegar and scrub away the stains. Salt is a natural ingredient that can be used for a variety of cleaning tips and tricks and is one of the most versatile ingredients when it comes to green, nontoxic cleaning. The reason that coarse salt works so well is that it is a gentle abrasive which also has bleaching properties. Salt is also a natural deodorizer, and when mixed with white vinegar and flour it creates a simple cleaning paste. You can feel good using salt as an alternative to toxic cleaners.

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