WATCH Video New Gel Oil Lift Carbon Remover Cleans Fry Pan

Here is an interesting video with a product for cleaning frying pans. This product works wonders to clean burned pot stains and how to clean stainless steel pots and pans. The product is called Oil Lift, and it is manufactured by people who make responsible cleaning products and systems. This product is designed with the environment and human health in mind and is a great cleaning tip to consider when trying to figure out how to clean burned stainless steel pot and pans. To use simply spray it onto burnt pots and pans and let it sit for an hour. Then after the product has had time to work, take a paper towel and wipe the pot clean. You may have to let it sit longer, or spray it again for tough baked on grime. You might try scraping off some of the grime with a spoon, along with using steel wool to get the job done. Inside this, powerful and eco-friendly cleaning product are positive charge molecules.

A green product like this can help restore your stainless steel pots and pans to look like new again. So often it's easy to feel like giving up when you see your pots and pans covered with baked on carbon stains. Cooking is a much more enjoyable experience when your cookware is cleaned properly; it can be frustrating when over time pots and pans get burnt on stains that are difficult to remove and it can be a lot of work trying to get them clean again. Some tips to help you clean your pots and pans is to right after using the pot or pan, is to put some soap inside while it is still hot and 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. Or for tougher stains you will have to scrub it with a bit of elbow grease. You could also try putting some water in a pot or pan and letting it boil for a few minutes then pouring down the drain. When trying to figure out how to clean stainless steel pots and pans add one or two teaspoons of baking soda to the water that it is soaking. To remove burned on and crusted on foods, you can soak or boil a solution some baking soda to some water in each pan. Then let stand until the particles begin to loosen, then wash as usual.

You can use a mild or moderate abrasive if necessary. Sodium bicarbonate also known as baking soda is a chemical compound. It is salt that is composed of sodium ions and bicarbonate ions. Baking soda is a white solid that is crystalline but often appears as a fine powder. It has a slightly salty, alkaline taste that resembles that of washing soda. You can find sodium bicarbonate used as far back as the ancient Egyptians who used natural deposits of natron, which was a mixture that consisted mostly of sodium carbonate decahydrate, and sodium bicarbonate. The natron was ground up, solvated, and then used as paint for hieroglyphics. Baking soda is not recommended for cleaning aluminum objects, as it attacks the thin unreactive protective oxide layer of this otherwise very reactive metal. Baking soda does, however, work for cleaning tarnished silver when the silver is in contact with a piece of aluminum foil. Just like magic your silver jewlery will look like new again. You will find this step by step video on how to clean stainless steel pots and pans on the "Oil Lift" site. *

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