“Frying Pans…Who Knew Right?” -Flynn Ryder
There is literally nothing worse than having a pan that is not so non-stick anymore. Everything burns to the bottom and then you have to spend forever scrubbing the stupid thing. We tried everything to restore this old pan before letting it go. We found a trick for you that actually works. It super simple too. Chances are that you already have everything you need inside your kitchen.
All you need:
- Old Frying Pan
- 1 Tablespoons Coconut Oil
- Heat your pan for 2-3 minutes. Once your pan is hot, add the 2 tablespoons coconut oil.
2. Swirl the coconut oil around in the pan, so that the entire surface is coated. Once the coconut oil starts to smoke, remove it from heat and let cool.
3. Once the pan is cool take a paper towel and rub the left over oil into the pan.
4. Your pan is as good as new.By heating the pan you open the natural spores to allow the coconut oil to penetrate into the surface. We hope this helped to make your life a little easier and cleaning to not be so tedious.
“It doesn’t matter how ready you think you are. The toaster will always scare you.” -Unknown
Sometimes the little things, such as cleaning the toaster can be easily ignored. Then one day it gets so bad, your surprised at how dirty it has become. That’s what happened to us. There is so much build up, it makes it harder to clean. It’s not just a spot treatment anymore. Today we are going to show you how to make your toaster look new again. You just need a few things.
What you will need:
- Dirty Toaster (please don’t judge us)
- Your Favorite Dish Soap
- Clean Paint Brush
- Stainless Steal Polish
- Here is our toaster. As you can see it is full of crumbs and seeds at the bottom. Usually we just flip it upside down over the trash and shake hoping that most of it will come out. We did not even realize that there is a little tray that slides out.
2. The crumb tray is usually located in the back/bottom of the toaster. It should have a tab and slide right out.
3. Ours had quite a bit of build up. We shook the loose crumbs into the trash and soaked the tray in warm soapy water.
4. Next we turned the toaster upside down and shook the rest of the crumbs out.
5. After shaking all the crumbs loose, we took our little paintbrush with warm soapy water and cleaned out the crevices.
6. Now it is time to focus on the outside. Take a sponge and dip into warm soapy water again. Clean the outside and be gentle not to scratch the surface. Dry with a soft cloth.
7. Last take your stainless steel cleaner (this is our favorite part), and polish according to manufacturers directions.
This is what our toaster looked like after…Inside and out.
Thank you for following along with us. Your toaster will look as good as new in no time. Enjoy!
owing along with us. Your toaster will look as good as new in no time. Enjoy!