How to clean kitchen utensils? A few simple tips for you

Cooking is an art and every lady loves it. But kitchen is a mess soon after her ‘art work’ is over. Washing dishes and cleaning sink and counter top is totally a mess and a tedious job for many. Here I suggest a few simple tips to clean accessories of kitchen. Also read: Shining Kitchen – A few simple tips.

To remove stains from pressure cooker – Add vinegar to water and boil the solution in pressure cooker. Boil it well. Take vinegar in the proportion 1 big spoon for 1 cup water.

To clean brass vessels – Use a mixture of tamarind and salt and rub it well. Later wash in cold water to see them shine brighter.

To clean kadai (cheena chatti) – To clean the excess grease and stains of kadai, heat it, and add some buttermilk (sour). Place it aside and allow to cool. Then clean the vessel using a dish washer.

To remove excess oil from dishes – If your plates or vessels are greased in excess oil, rub it well using paper/newspaper and then wash it off.  

To remove stains from aluminum utensils – Slice some onions, and boil it well in the vessel adding enough water.

To clean glass bowls – Dip lemon skin in salt and rub your glass bowls with it. Bowls can be cleaned easily.

To clean chopping board – Cut a lemon into two halves and dip in salt. Now press it well on the chopping board, rub it and clean. Use a cloth to remove the dust and stains and then wash it well.

To clean mixer jar – Add a little warm water along with liquid detergent in the mixer jar. Now switch on the mixer and blend it well. Now clean your jar in cold water and see the difference.

I shall add more cleaning tips to this column. Keep watching this space.

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