UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — There are many useful and, it would seem, not the most obvious life hacks. One of them concerns the cleaning of a Teflon blackened pan. It turns out that regular toothpaste will help with this.
It is enough to squeeze very little paste onto the surface and evenly distribute throughout the pan. Let the tool work, leave it for 20-30 minutes. It all depends on the degree of pollution.
Then it is enough to rub the surface a little with a soft sponge, and the carbon deposit will depart by itself. You can use a soft toothbrush, thanks to which the most difficult areas will be cleaned. Moreover, neither a sponge, nor a soft brush will damage the Teflon coating.
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