I need your help! What is the best way to clean my stockpot?

Prutsald

Culinary Explorer
Hi there friends! I could really use some advice here! 🙏 My stockpot has seen better days, and I'm not sure how to clean it properly without damaging it. 😬 Can anyone share their tried-and-true methods for getting a stockpot sparkling clean again? 🍲✨ Any tips would be greatly appreciated!
 
I usually start by soaking my stockpot in hot, soapy water for a while to loosen up any stuck-on bits. Then, I'll use a sponge or scrub brush to gently scrub away any remaining residue. If there are stubborn stains, a paste made from baking soda and water works wonders! Finally, I give it a good rinse and let it air dry. Good as new! 🧼🚰
 
I usually start by soaking my stockpot in hot, soapy water for a while to loosen up any stuck-on bits. Then, I'll use a sponge or scrub brush to gently scrub away any remaining residue. If there are stubborn stains, a paste made from baking soda and water works wonders! Finally, I give it a good rinse and let it air dry. Good as new! 🧼🚰
Yo, I do the same thing, man. Soak it, scrub it, use baking soda if needed, rinse, and let it dry. Works like a charm. 🧼🚰.
 
Hey! For your stockpot, soak it in warm, soapy water, then scrub with a gentle sponge. Stubborn stains? Try a paste of baking soda and water. Rinse well after! Happy cleaning!
 
Hi there friends! I could really use some advice here! 🙏 My stockpot has seen better days, and I'm not sure how to clean it properly without damaging it. 😬 Can anyone share their tried-and-true methods for getting a stockpot sparkling clean again? 🍲✨ Any tips would be greatly appreciated!
Stockpot cleaning blues? No worries! Baking soda and vinegar are your best friends! Sprinkle baking soda on burnt bits, add some vinegar, watch it fizz, then scrub and rinse for a sparkling clean pot!
 
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