‘I was astounded to discover it works!’ Fans of Mrs. Hinch share a tip for removing burned-on food from pans.


‘I was astounded to discover it works!’ Fans of Mrs. Hinch share a tip for removing burned-on food from pans.

A helpful tip for removing burned-on food from pans has been shared by cleaning enthusiasts. Fans of Mrs. Hinch reported they were “shocked” to discover it worked.

Mrs Hinch fans, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, have once again given their cleaning ideas on social media. Mrs. Hinch became well-known after posting cleaning advice and recommendations on social media and on television. On Instagram, the cleaning aficionado now has over 4.1 million followers.

Her fans have started their own Facebook groups dedicated to cleaning and organizing advice.

Every day, hundreds of tips are sent to one of the groups, which has over 707,000 members.

One woman in the group inquired about removing scrambled egg remains from her frying pan.

“Any advice for how to clean a pan after you cook scrambled eggs?” she asked in the group. It takes a long time to remove.”

Mrs Hinch fans, surprisingly, shared a hack that doesn’t require the purchase or use of any specific products, but rather the use of cold water.

“Always put cold water in your pan after you have fried the eggs; it makes cleaning easier.” advised one user.

“Using cold water works best, never hot,” another person said.

Another cleaning fan replied: “All pans are supposed to be soaked in cold water because hot water just carries on cooking whatever you had in the pan and makes it a lot harder to get off.”

Another social media user replied: “Top chefs recommend soaking in cold water.

“I was shocked and surprised to find it works.”

“Leave cold water in it all day, works a treat,” another individual suggested.

One cleaning enthusiast said: “Soak it in cold water, same with porridge, comes off much easier.”

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Another said: “Don’t use hot water…

Fill with cold water and soak for at least 30 minutes…then rinse off the pan.”

“Soak in cold water first then use a plastic cap like on a milk carton to scrape off,” another individual replied.

One Facebook user said: “Cold water – as soon as you’ve finished dishing up. Leave to soak.”

Another suggested: “Always steep the pan in cold water.

“Once you finished eating it will clean really easily.”

Other suggestions included using a tea bag, a dishwasher tablet, dish soap or butter.

“Put a bit of butter in makes it easier and nicer,” said. “Brinkwire Summary News”.


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