Vinegar for cleaning

Recently, I was boiling something and I went out to the front for a short while. When I returned, my pot was burnt. I just left it there and just soaked it with water. I hate to scrub this kind of pot. So I decided to throw it away.

But I still didn't get it thrown away. I read somewhere that vinegar could get rid of tough stains. So this time, I got hold of the vinegar. I soaked the pot with some diluted vinegar overnight.

It was badly burnt.

The next morning, I scrubbed the pan.
Wow, it worked!

So I kept on scrubbing and scrubbing at ease.

 The pot can be used again!


Comments

  1. Not bad! I learnt a new household technique.

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    1. But this does not work on non stick pot or pan right?

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    2. Taking apple cider vinegar got a lot of health benefits too..it is vinegar, it cleanses our body..:D

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  2. Hello Wenn,

    Luckily you did not throw it again since it can still be used after you cleaned it with vinegar.

    Good night!

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    1. I heard bout the use of vinegar in cleaning, but never know that it really worked!!
      The pan looks like a brand new one!

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  4. I use vinegar to clear the kitchen pipe whenever it gets a bit clogged.

    Just pour vinegar into the sink, leave overnight and walla! Clear drain the next morning. No need to buy expensive & over-rated drain de-clogger. ;)

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  5. Not bad, luckily it works!!! =]

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  6. Thanks for info...must go get one...for my pots...

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  7. wow, great info!
    thanks for sharing, wenn.
    have a lovely week ahead!
    xx

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  8. good thing it didn't grew into a
    bigger fire, I've experience that a lot of times
    good thing i haven't burn our house to ashes haha

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  9. well when im doing the dishes
    i always left pots for my mom to do it
    cause i hate cleaning pots like that haha

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  10. anyway that's a great method wenn
    i never thought it could work that way
    i mean vinegar i thought it was only for cooking

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  11. now i have something to share to my mom
    coz some of our pots were burnt too haha

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  12. have a great day and happy blogging wenn
    take the best of care and god bless you

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  13. Good evening Wenn, that's a brilliant idea. I must tell my mom about it too.

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  14. At lest you can used back the pot and do not have to find a replacement.

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    1. Hey that must be a very good quality pot, or else it burnt with a hole in it.

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  15. Never know vinegar can do so many amazing things. It is cheap though if to compare with other kinds of cleaning products. I should say I'm lucky, coz I don't have to clean so many things...

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  16. I love to read all your DIY and Home Remedies besides simple cooking made easy for nerds like me. Muahahahahaha

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    1. When I had stubborn stains like that I could only think of VIM and steel scrubs! They also work well but with scratches on my pot making them ugly indeed.

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  17. wow, amazingly clean and it didn't need you to scrub till your hands get tired huh?? have heard lots of ways to do this, like lemon and coca-cola, i think probably they are all very acidic..

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