When I'm researching the tips of housework, I often see cleaning with "baking soda". It is highly evaluated for its ability to remove various stains such as tea stains, oil stains, and scorching of pots, as well as its ability to prevent the hands from getting rough even when touched.
Although I was worried about the ability of such baking soda, I had never tried it before. I had trouble with the dirt on the burner ring of the gas stove, so I decided to give it a try.
There are various styles of "baking soda cleaning", such as sprinkling it as powder or dissolving it in water to make "baking soda water", but this time we will use "baking soda paste" which is said to be "effective for stubborn oil stains". Choice. Place the baking soda in a suitable container and add water until it is soft and crispy.
After applying the resulting paste evenly to the burner ring, attach the plastic wrap to prevent it from drying out. After leaving it for 2 hours, I rinsed it with water. Then ...
A shiny burner ring has appeared! Indeed, baking soda is certainly effective against oil stains! While feeling good, I tried to wash off the remaining two burner ring baking sodas ...
The scorched stains didn't seem to be toothy, leaving a solid mark. However, it seems that the scorching will be removed if it is boiled in hot water containing baking soda, so I would like to try it again.
Although the finish was not 100 points this time, the author began to realize the power of baking soda. In the future, we will continue to deliver patterns that challenge various stains on your home on an irregular basis. stay tuned.