We all have favorite cuttlery, knick knacks, clothes and gadgets that we don't want to let go. They're great! They're easy to use and they have served us for the longest time! Why would we want to change them? The new stuff is lame!
Oh why oh why did I not buy additional ones when I had the chance, could have been wonderful replacements. This is something that affects most of us - unless you're horribly rich and not one of us. Then you won't understand what this article is about.
However, for the rest of us, there are some tips and tricks we can use to renew our things that have not been broken half and/or set on fire. Here are some simple hobrew remedies for what ails your favorite stuff. Act carefully, though!
Share! source Mix two parts of water and one part of vinegar together in a spray bottle. Spray on the stain and cover it with a damp cloth. Then turn an iron to steam mode and place it over the cloth for 30 seconds. That should take care of it!
Share! source Found some oven friendly disinfectant. Spread a thick layer of it on over the pan. Put it in a garbage bag and tie it up tightly so that it doesn't dry out. Leave it in the bag for 1-2 days. Rinse off the disinfectant, then apply a new layer of it again, then tie it all up in a bag a day. Wash off the dirt with hot water. Now, prepare a one-on-one mixture of warm water and vinegar, soak the pan in it for an hour, then use a scouring pad to scrub the surface. Wait for the pan to dry. In the meantime, preheat the oven to 250°C. Then, place the pan in it for an hour. Carefully take out the hot pan and even more carefully apply a layer of olive oil all over it. After the hot metal absorbs the required amount of oil, wipe off the residue with a clean, dry cloth. Then put the pan in the oven again, but upside down. After 15 minutes, take it out, wipe it with a cloth and put it back in the oven again for an extra 15 minutes. Repeat this two more times.