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Mum reveals cleaning trick for removing stubborn stains on saucepans


Time for a spring clean (Picture: Instagram/liz.amaya.style)

Got some stains on your frying pans and saucepans that just won’t budge?

This trick is definitely worth trying.

Interior stylist and mum Liz Amaya has shared how she removes stains from pots and pans in a matter of minutes.

And don’t worry – there’s only a little scrubbing required.

The mum, from Brisbane, explains that to get rid of those lingering stains on cooking pots, she coats the area with table salt and a splash of white vinegar.

Then, she leaves the mixture to soak for a few seconds, before scrubbing it with the rough side of a sponge.

After that it’s time to rinse away the excess salt – and, hopefully, you’ll see the stains disappear.

The hack has been a hit online, with many commenting to say they’ve tried it out and seen success.

This isn’t the first time Liz has shared a game-changing home hack.

Earlier this month the stylist shared how to use bicarbonate of soda and a toothbrush to get rid of lingering bad smells in kids’ lunchboxes.

Apply salt and vinegar then scrub away stains (Picture: Instagram/liz.amaya.style)

It turns out that with those same tools, you can clean the gross build-up of gunk underneath a sink drain, too.

And if you’re on a real cleaning spree, you might as well try out Liz’s method for deep cleaning your sink.

For this, she sprinkles bicarbonate of soda down and around the plughole, adds white vinegar, then covers up the drain with a damp cloth.

After leaving that for 30 minutes to do the work, follow it up by pouring boiling water down the drain. And voila – a sparkling clean sink without any clogs in your drain.

Do you have a life-changing trick to share?

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