Your pan/saucepan can be blackened by gas or even there is a black crust that has formed on the bottom when you cook too much or when a dish boils over… Be careful not to damage the coating of your non-stick or induction pan by rubbing like crazy! Given the price of these pans, it would be a shame…
To help you out, we will show you a handy tip for cleaning the back of a pan.
Salt to clean the back of a pan or saucepan
You can use salt in several ways to save the back of a frying pan. You can first mix it with sugar and apply everything to the previously moistened area to be treated. Then spray with water and leave to act for a few minutes before rubbing with a sponge.
Salt can also be used alone or sprayed white vinegar on top. You will then need to leave it to act, rub and rinse carefully. Do not hesitate to scrape well to clean the utensil, being careful not to scratch it.
Last tip, soak a sponge in lukewarm water. Then soak it with a drop of detergent and sprinkle with fine salt. All that’s left to do is rub to loosen the blackened pan and rinse!