ALTERNATIVES TO CLEAN KITCHEN UTENSILS The thing which you do throughout the year is cleaning your kitchen utensils. Maintaining your kitchen and the utensils is what you go on doing and can be termed as a never ending process. Even though you have made at your place, there never goes a week or sometimes a day when you need to wash the utensils every time.

Inspite of cleaning them properly, they start appearing old and spoiled too, especially if they are made out of steel or aluminum. Here we give you simple alternatives to clean the kitchen utensils other than using the regular dishwashing powder.

  1. Tea or water kettles

We usually tend to boil more of water and tea kettles which appear to become black and also a black film is formed. To easily wash them, you can fill the kettle with water and add ½ cup of white vinegar to it. Now, let the water boil for next 10 minutes and turn off the flame. Now allow the water to calm down, and now regularly rinse with a dishwashing liquid.

  1. Coffee making machine

Many of us do coffee making machine, and being a part of machine they are a little delicate in material which may gets stains if you go on vigorously rubbing them. All you can do is put ½ cup of vinegar in the pot full of water and allow it to boil. Now stain the boiled water and repeat the process with cold water for twice.

  1. Copper utensils

The most easy way to make your copper vessels shine again is use some vinegar and mix with some salt and flour. If needed add some more vinegar to convert this is a thick paste. Now rub this paste over the vessels and wash off cleanly. You may also leave the utensil with the paste for next 5 minutes.

  1. Steel utensils

You may cut a lemon into two and rub lemon on the utensils. If needed you may use lemon juice and mix it with Luke warm water and then wash it off. Lemon naturally helps to sanitsier the steel utensils too and also makes them look stainless.

  1. Silver vessels

A paste of corn starch and water can help to remove the silver vessels. Apply the paste with the help of a damp cloth and then rub it vigorously, now wash off and repeat the process once again if needed. Wipe the silver vessels with dry cloth and avoid it to be kept in natural air for a prolong period of time.

  1. Oily pans

Oil is the basic staple of the food which tends to spoil the cooking pans which makes it extremely oily and slippery. One of the easiest way to clean the oily pan is fill the pan with water and then add 2-3 drops of lemon and allow it to boil. After 10 minutes turn off the flame and wash off with a dishwashing powder.

These were some of the best alternatives to be used while cleaning utensils.