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Stained saucepans cleaning tip No4

Stained saucepans cleaning tip No4

I have produced a list of domestic cleaning tips to help and assist households in their constant and ongoing battle to keep their homes spick and span and domestically cleaned! I am publishing these cleaning tips over the forthcoming days and weeks in a very easy to digest simple one at a time manner.

 

Cleaning tip No4 gives advice on cleaning saucepans.

 

  • Stained saucepans can often be cleaned by cooking rhubarb or apple peelings in them.
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    New cleaning tips are always more than welcome.

     

    Cleaning tip No7 Small stains off carpets
    Cleaning tip No6 Removing dents in carpets
    Cleaning tip No5 Clean a kettle
    Cleaning tip No4 Cleaning stained saucepans
    Cleaning tip No3 Removing stickers from wood
    Cleaning tip No2 Window Cleaning
    Cleaning tip No1 Bath Stains

     

    Please note that I am producing the cleaning tips in good faith and has such will take no responsibility for any failure or damage that may be caused or attributed by the use of any of the tips given.

     

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    Robin Harrison is the managing Director of Dolly Char (UK) Ltd. Dolly Char (UK) Ltd is one of the fastest growing domestic cleaning franchise companies in the UK today giving people the opportunity to work from the comfort of their own home.

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    One Response to “Stained saucepans cleaning tip No4”

    1. Robert Says:

      I hear that chickens will cleaning almost everything that they cant destroy!!

      Perhaps those of us who keep chickens could put our pans out for them to clean. or a really bad pan you can bury it in the garden for about a year and then dig it up, after the worms bugs etc have done their worst,

      However.it does rely on you being able to do without the said pan for 12 months and also remembering a year later where on earth you buried it

      Robert

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