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31 Days of Spring Cleaning DIYs: Metal Pot and Pan Cleaner (savvysugar?format=xml)

Get ready for clean and shiny cookware with day 15 of the 31 days of Spring
cleaning DIYs challenge! We’ve all got a few pots and pans lurking that aren’t
as shiny as they used to be. Instead of heading to the store for new ones, put
this just-about-free DIY cleaning concoction to the test. Perfect for using on
crusty sheet pans and burnt pots, it scours and cleans without any harsh
chemicals while giving hands a bit of an exfoliation too. So get out those old
pans, and get ready to make them new again.

**What You’ll Need:**

* 1/2 cup baking soda

* 1 teaspoon liquid dish soap

* 1 to 2 tablespoons hydrogen peroxide

* Scrub sponge


1. Mix together the baking soda, dish soap, and hydrogen peroxide in a small
dish. Stir until it resembles a bowl of whipped cream, adding more hydrogen
peroxide as needed.

1. Spread the mixture over the pot or pan and allow the cleaner to work its
magic for a few minutes. Baking soda is a natural and soft abrasive that helps
lift stains from metal, …


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