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Thursday, October 21, 2010

Caked on Grim... No More

I seem to be using a roasting pan more and more these days.  The problem... the oily residue that just won't budge.

I found a natural way to clean the pan that will hopefully work.

(This should in theory work on all pots and pans.)
  • Sprinkle pan with baking soda and use a spray bottle to apply vinegar to the surface as well. 
  • Cut a lemon in half an use it as your scrub brush.  The bubbling action of the vinegar and baking soda should do the trick.
  • I will rewash the pan with soap when finished, but you shouldn't have to. I just have a thing for really hot soap and water.
Note:  If needed, make a baking soda and water paste to apply to the lemon as you scrub.

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One Pink Fish


*All remedies mentioned on Natural Simplicity have been found on the web or in books as I learn to heal my family in a more natural manner.

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