Spring Cleaning in the Kitchen
Get those Pots & Pans Sparkling!
Even though I keep my house pretty spotless we can all over look things. My pots and pans hang on a rack above my range. This is great for easy access but if you don’t use all the pans regularly the steam from cooking combined with grease splatters and dust can accumulate. My pots and pans started to have a build up and so I spent the other day scrubbing them so they shine!
Here are some photos to show you my tips for cleaning your pots and pans.
Even if you store your cookware in a cupboard and don’t get a build up like I do, you may still want to spring clean your cookware. When you cook a big meal and spend a lot time in the kitchen by the time it’s time for clean up you can be tired. I am the first to admit by the time of clean up I don’t scrub the pots and pans as best I could. I wash them fully of course but allow myself to miss things such as the black build up that can happen on the bottom of pans like my Le Creuset Dutch Oven.
Here is how I gently clean these pans.
While you have the scouring pad and barkeepers friend out, get that sink fully clean! My biggest pet peeve is going to someones house and their sink is dirty. You wash dishes and vegetables clean in the sink so you don’t want it to be a dingy gross part of your kitchen!
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