Detergent makes aluminum shine: my secret to keeping my pans that way


Pans in good condition, maintenance issue

A good quality frying pan can have a pretty long lifespan, just ask our grandmothers: The pans they still use today sometimes have many years of service! – Avoid using metal cutlery as it damages the materials and the bottom of the pot. So prefer a wooden spoon or spatula. The same goes for a utensil with non-stick coatings like Teflon. It is also advisable to clean it with a damp cloth and wipe it with a microfiber cloth.

– To store them, avoid stacking pans in cabinets as much as possible. If you have space, it would be best to hang them through the hole that is usually in the handle.

– Avoid bleach. Contrary to popular belief, bleach is not a good product for cleaning pans. In fact, it is a corrosive product that can damage saucepans and other stainless steel pots. It is always good to favor natural products,  here are 10 tips that will allow you to clean your house with lemon   !

Coarse salt can be an alternative to remove the burnt stain from your container. Pour a good dose into the bottom of the casserole and leave for 2 hours or even overnight. Scrape to remove all dirt and burnt stains. This works for both stainless steel and cast iron pans.

You should also know that these tips also serve to effectively clean and restore shine to the aluminum sink or any other surface that contains traces of lime.