Tips for Easily Cleaning Dirty Pots and Pans

Are you tired of scrubbing away at stubborn stains and black marks on your pots and pans? Here's an easy and effective tip to get rid of them!

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Clean and shiny pots are always the desire of many individuals. However, after a period of use, pots tend to accumulate stubborn stains and dirt. To address these issues, let’s explore some useful tips for effectively cleaning pots.

1 Cleaning pots with vinegar

Required utensils:

  • 1 bottle of vinegar

  • 1 box of baking soda


Handy tips:
– To ensure the quality of rice vinegar, purchase it from reputable grocery stores or supermarkets. Check the production and expiration dates of the product.
– Baking soda can be purchased from reputable bakeries, supermarkets, or major e-commerce sites.

Prepare utensils
Prepare utensils

Steps to clean pots:

Step 1: Cook the mixture and soak the pot

Cook the mixture and soak the pot
Cook the mixture and soak the pot

Place 4 tablespoons of vinegar and 1 tablespoon of baking soda into the pot in a ratio of 4:1. Heat the mixture on low heat for about 5 minutes. Once warm, immerse the pot in the mixture for approximately 30 minutes.


Note: Keep the heat low during soaking to prevent water evaporation.

Step 2: Wash the pot

Wash the pot
Wash the pot

After soaking for 30 minutes, wash the pot again with dishwashing liquid. If stubborn black stains remain, use a scrubbing brush on those areas before rinsing with water.

Finished product

After washing, dry the pot with a paper towel, and you’ll have a clean and shiny pot. This cleaning tip can also be applied to pans and water faucets in your home.

Shiny pot after cleaning
Shiny pot after cleaning

2 Cleaning pots with baking soda

Required utensils:

  • 2 tablespoons of baking soda

  • 1 tablespoon of vinegar

  • 1 coffee spoon

Prepare utensils
Prepare utensils

Steps to clean pots:

Step 1: Prepare the mixture

In a bowl, combine 2 tablespoons of baking soda, 1 coffee spoon of salt, and 1 tablespoon of vinegar. Mix the mixture well.

Prepare the mixture
Prepare the mixture

Step 2: Clean the pot

Brush and spread the mixture onto the surface of the bottom of the pot. Place a paper towel on top and wait for about 5-10 minutes. Then, use a scrubbing brush to remove stubborn black stains and rinse with water.

Clean the pot
Clean the pot

Finished product

This cleaning method effectively reduces the stains on pots that have accumulated over the years. If you have time, you can repeat this process 2-3 times to completely remove stubborn stains.

The pot after cleaning
The pot after cleaning

We hope that these tips will help you eliminate black stains from your pots!