3 ways to clean your burnt pot in 10 minutes

3 ways to clean your burnt pot in 10 minutes

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3 ways to clean your burnt pot in 10 minutes

I won't like to have my food burnt, I hate it when I burn my food, but it happens.

Well...who knows the cause? It could be gists, reading novels, forgetfulness or probably watching TV.... African magic. Anyway, whatever the case, if it happens that you got your food burnt. How do you clear off the burnt part so you could get a clean pot immediately especially if you have very few pots?

Find out 3 basic ways to get your burnt pot clean in 10 minutes.

All you need is salt and water!

1. Put some quantity of salt in the pot, add small water like a full glass cup.

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2. Cover it and put back on the stove.

3. After boiling for about 10 minutes, remove it, throw away the hot water, bring out your iron sponge and wash it off, it's like wow, so fast, just like that? Am not encouraging you to watch African magic while cooking food o,  am just providing an escape route for you incase you  intend to use the same pot immediately. Isn't it simple and easy?

3 ways to clean your burnt pot in 10 minutes

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