It has always been a challenging task to clean dirty utensils after having a satisfying meal. But don’t worry about it. There are some simple tricks to rinse off dirty, greasy, and oily utensils in little time. Sometimes it becomes a very difficult task to remove the burnt patches from the utensils. With the help of some easily available kitchen ingredients, we can remove the sticky patches from the utensils by following some easy steps. Let’s have a look at how helpful these ingredients are:
Rice water and lemon juice:
In this process, at first you need to submerge the utensils in hot rice water. Then leave these utensils in it for at least 30 minutes, after that take a sponge or brush and scrub the greasy utensils thoroughly. The presence of starch and citric acid will help soften the sticky dirt. Wash the kitchen tools perfectly.
Applying vegetable oil to dirty utensils can help remove burnt patches and food particles. Take vegetable oil, sugar, and lemon juice proportionately and blend them together. Then spread it all over the utensils and leave it for some time. After that scrub the utensils in hot running water. This will wipe off the sticky patches.
Coconut husk and Vinegar:
Prepare a mixture of vinegar, baking soda, and washing soap. Then dip the coconut husk in the mixture. In the meantime, soak all the utensils in running hot water. After some time scrub the utensils with the coconut husk and thus you can help remove the greasy spots.
One of the most important ingredients is salt without which the cooking is incomplete, which will come in handy in cleaning dirty utensils. In this process immerse the dirty, greasy utensils in hot water with a required amount of salt and leave it for 30 – 40 minutes. Then with the help of a scrubber, scrub the utensils to wipe off the dirt patches. Also, you can use detergent powder with salt. Here you just sprinkle the salt-mixed detergent powder over the utensils and keep cleaning them for about 30 minutes. Hope this will work perfectly and give you a surprising result.
Hygiene maintenance is also very crucial while handling this utensil. Both before and after cleaning the utensils, always clean your hands properly with soap and warm water to keep cross-contamination away. It is very necessary to clean and sanitize the basin regularly. However, immerse the utensils in chlorine bleach solution for about one minute. Then wash the utensils thoroughly with hot water after sanitizing is done.
I hope these above-discussed steps will help you maintain food safety and hygiene in your kitchen.