How to clean your burnt pan, oven and microwave with daily household products

Incredible do-it-yourself home hacks show the easy way to handle burnt pans, hobs and microwaves with mandarin peel, olive oil and SHAVING FOAM

  • Instagram account Five Minute Crafts, founded in Cyprus, shared a series of tips
  • The most important hacks showed how to deal with burnt-in dirt on pots and stoves
  • How to use household products such as mandarin peel, olive oil and shaving cream
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A page dedicated to sharing the best hacks for cleaning houses has revealed how you can tackle burnt kitchen utensils in a rather unusual way.

Instagram account Five minutes of crafts, founded in Cyprus, shared a number of tips to show you how to use simple household products to remove stubborn dirt.

The compilation video shows almost 68,000 likes and 2,000 responses in just a few days and shows how you can transform a dingy stove by simply soaking it in shaving cream for 15 minutes and then wiping it clean.

Elsewhere, a burnt pot is as good as new after being soaked in olive oil and baked in the oven at 180 degrees for 20 minutes, before returning to its former shimmering glory.

Really useful tips and tricks for cleaning. 🧹 bit.ly/2Sab3de

Posted by Crafts of 5 minutes on Friday, July 12, 2019

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A burnt stove

The first trick shows the very idiosyncratic way to turn a burned and burnt stove into a sparkling one in 15 minutes

The first trick shows the very idiosyncratic way to turn a burned and burnt stove into a sparkling one in 15 minutes

The expert simply lubricates the dirty hob in a thick layer of shaving foam before soaking for 15 minutes

The expert simply lubricates the dirty hob in a thick layer of shaving foam before soaking for 15 minutes

The expert simply lubricates the dirty hob in a thick layer of shaving foam before soaking for 15 minutes

They simply wipe the stove with a damper to show how the foam has dissolved stubborn burn marks, making it as good as new

They simply wipe the stove with a damper to show how the foam has dissolved stubborn burn marks, making it as good as new

They simply wipe the stove with a damper to show how the foam has dissolved stubborn burn marks, making it as good as new

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The first trick shows the very idiosyncratic way to turn a burned and burnt stove into a sparkling one in 15 minutes.

The expert simply lubricates the dirty hob in a thick layer of shaving foam before soaking for 15 minutes.

They then wipe the stove with a damp cloth, which shows how the foam has dissolved stubborn burn marks and leaves it as good as new.

2. A burnt pan

The following trick proves that you do not have to invest in expensive cleaning products or new cookware, simply because your pot has burned a little (or a lot).

The following trick proves that you do not have to invest in expensive cleaning products or new cookware, simply because your pot has burned a little (or a lot).

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The following trick proves that you do not have to invest in expensive cleaning products or new cookware, simply because your pot has burned a little (or a lot).

The blogger simply fills the pot with olive oil before baking in an oven at 180 degrees for 20 minutes & # 39;

The blogger simply fills the pot with olive oil before baking in an oven at 180 degrees for 20 minutes & # 39;

The blogger simply fills the pot with olive oil before baking in an oven at 180 degrees for 20 minutes & # 39;

The oil removes the burnt dirt so that it can be swept away effortlessly

The oil removes the burnt dirt so that it can be swept away effortlessly

The oil removes the burnt dirt so that it can be swept away effortlessly

The pan looks as good as new after a short wipe
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The pan looks as good as new after a short wipe

The pan looks as good as new after a short wipe

The following trick proves that you do not have to invest in expensive cleaning products or new cookware, simply because your pot has burned a little (or a lot).

The blogger simply fills the pot with olive oil before baking in an oven at 180 degrees & # 39; for twenty minutes.

The oil removes the burnt dirt so that it can be swept away effortlessly.

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3. A dingy microwave

For the final tip regarding burns, the cleaning expert demonstrates the best way to transform a dirty microwave to its original state

For the final tip regarding burns, the cleaning expert demonstrates the best way to transform a dirty microwave to its original state

For the final tip regarding burns, the cleaning expert demonstrates the best way to transform a dirty microwave to its original state

A mandarin is peeled before the skin is placed in the microwave and switched on for three minutes

A mandarin is peeled before the skin is placed in the microwave and switched on for three minutes

A mandarin is peeled before the skin is placed in the microwave and switched on for three minutes

The oil from the peels loosens the dirt and the blogger is able to wipe off the remaining dirt with a kitchen sponge and transform it almost immediately.

The oil from the peels loosens the dirt and the blogger is able to wipe off the remaining dirt with a kitchen sponge and transform it almost immediately.

The oil from the peels loosens the dirt and the blogger is able to wipe off the remaining dirt with a kitchen sponge and transform it almost immediately.

For the final tip regarding burns, the cleaning expert demonstrates the best way to transform a dirty microwave to its original state.

A mandarin is peeled before the peel is placed in the microwave, which is switched on for three minutes.

The oil from the peels loosens the dirt and the blogger is able to wipe off the remaining dirt with a kitchen sponge and transform it almost immediately.

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