Your pans and pots need a little extra care from time to time – deep cleaning them with baking soda is a great cleaning method to try for yourself. You will be able to remove tough stains and leftover burnt food that is stubborn and won’t come out no matter how hard you scrub.
It’s safe for your pans and pots, therefore, you can use baking soda anytime you use them and there is a stubborn stain left on them.
All you need is boiling water and baking soda
Simply fill the pan/ pot with water and put it on your stove to boil it.
Continue with adding baking soda (around 2 tablespoon is enough) and stir – use a wooden spoon. Do this for a couple of minutes then throw away the water and rinse the pan/ pot.
Do this for a shiny copper bottom
Turn your pan/ pot upside down and sprinkle the copper bottom with baking soda. Next, grab vinegar and pour some over the baking soda.
Another thing you can do is to cut up a lemon in half and use one half to scrub the area.