Cleaning Hack: One Magic Ingredient That Will Work For All Kitchenware


Love your vintage rooster series crockery? Overtime, your favourite kitchenware and crockery will be stained even if they are expensive if you do not give it proper care. Before you give them up for new pots and pans, try using baking soda! Baking sodas are the crucial ingredient for baking cakes, but did you know that they also play a key role when it comes to cleaning? Get rid of stains in your teapots and other kitchenware easily following the instructions below for the various types of material! 

Tip: Do wear a pair of rubber gloves when using the mixture below!


Ceramic

What You’ll Need:

    1. Hot water
    2. 1 cup of vinegar
    3. 2 tablespoon of baking soda

Instructions: 
Fill the kitchenware with hot water. Mix 2 tablespoon of baking soda and a cup of vinegar. Pour the mixture into the hot water and let your kitchenware soak in it overnight. Rinse your ceramic kitchenware thoroughly to remove any residue. Now you’ll have ceramic plates as good as new, perfect to host your friends over for a dinner without feeling embarrassed by the stains when you put ceramic plates on the dining table.

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Stainless Steel

What You’ll Need: 

    1. 1/4 cup of Baking Soda
    2. 8 cups of Hot Water

Instructions:
Pour 1/4 cup of baking soda into hot water. Let your stainless steel kitchenware soak for a couple of few hours. Remove any leftover residue with a brush, rinse it and you’re done! 


Enamel

What You’ll Need: 

    1. Baking Soda
    2. Warm water

Instructions:
Scoop some baking soda and add water to form a paste. Let it sit for an hour before cleaning away residues and stains. Use soft brushes to scrub away any stains to protect the enamel on your kitchenware. Rinse your kitchenware after you’re done!

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Try using baking soda the next time you need to get rid of any stubborn stains on your kitchenware and crockery! But prevention is always better than cure, so avoid letting any dirty pots and pans sit in the kitchen sink for too long before washing them. This will make removing food stains and cleaning much easier, and will ensure the lifespan of your kitchenware. 


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