Woman reveals how to get stained pans sparkling in just three easy steps & it doesn’t require ANY cleaning products

WE'RE not exactly Mrs Hinch – but there are some cleaning tasks we quite like doing, such as wiping down the kitchen counters or giving the skirting boards a good dust.

But deep cleaning our ancient pots and pans? That's certainly not one of them.

That said, one savvy cleaning fan has revealed how she got her stained saucepan sparkling in no time with this easy three-step method.

Posting on her TikTok account, the woman explained how she wanted to come up with an "all natural" solution instead of using heavy-duty products.

She said: "Don't you hate when you have stains on your cookware that are hard to remove?"

Giving her followers a step-by-step guide, the woman began by pouring some cold water into the pan and adding a quarter of a cup of baking soda and a capful of white vinegar.


After giving them a thorough mix, the woman then boiled the water for five to 10 minutes.

To finish, she gave it a quick rinse and scrubbed it with a sponge to removed any lingering stains.

And just like that, her formerly stained pan looks as good as new.

But how does it work? Well, the baking soda reacts with the vinegar to cut through grease and remove stains.


Unsurprisingly, the video has racked up hundreds of "likes" and left fans stunned.

"Love it," one replied. "Thank you!"

Another joked: "That's my Friday night activity."

"Wow good to know," a third wrote. "Looks great!"

For more cleaning stories, this woman who thought her kitchen tiles were grey made a horrifying discovery thanks to 89p paste.

And this cleaning fanatic got rid of grim stains on her mattress using £1.50 Home Bargains spray.

Plus this cleaning fan used fabric softener in empty reed diffusers to make homes smell heavenly & people think it’s ‘genius’.

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