You’ve been scrubbing your pans all wrong – the right way uses natural ingredients and it’s super easy

EVERYONE has that one pot or pan that looks burnt on the bottom and the stains just won't come out.

Well, a cleaning expert has revealed the perfect combination to getting rid of those nasty marks and it's all-natural.


A TikTok star, who goes by the name of I Suck At Cleaning shared she had been searching for an alternative to dish scrubbing chemicals.

"First, you're going to spray down your pan with hydrogen peroxide and you're going to sprinkle it with baking soda before spraying it again," she said as she showed the steps with her own pan.

"Then, you're going to spray a dry sponge with hydrogen peroxide and scrub away!"

Within minutes, her pan was slowly clearing up and it looked brand new.

She also recommended that if you don't have hydrogen peroxide, you can use vinegar as it creates the same chemical reaction.

This is a great alternative because usually, most people already have these three ingredients in their homes.

Previously, a savvy mom had shared how she gets her baking sheets clean and it doesn't require any scrubbing.

Canadian mom Sarah Perry said in a video: "Prepare to have your mind blown, this is the best life hack you've ever seen."

While holding a really dirty and greasy pan, she said: "I've had these for over 20 years, I've done this multiple times.

"I'm going to show you how to make them look brand new."

She proceeded to open her electric stove and place one pan per rack, adding: "Put the pans upside down on the racks in your oven."

In the panel for her oven, she then pressed the self-clean button.

"Time's up," she added as she opened the stove, showing off a sparkly clean inside.

She then held up a very clean pan, saying: "Not perfect but pretty darn close."

It certainly beats leaving them dirty or scrubbing away pointlessly.


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