Kitchen Cleaning Tips- If old utensils in the house are not getting cleaned, then adopt these methods


As the festive season of Diwali approaches, the task of cleaning the house becomes most important. Preparations often include polishing various objects , including silver and brass utensils that may have dulled over time. These precious items can be difficult to clean , especially when considering the risk of damage during the process. Today through this article we will tell you some tips to clean these utensils-

Lemon and water method: Make a paste by mixing equal amounts of lemon juice and salt. Apply the paste on brass utensils , let it sit for a few minutes. Clean the surface gently with a soft cloth or brush , then rinse with water and dry thoroughly.

Vinegar and salt method: Mix equal amounts of vinegar and salt and make a paste. Apply the mixture to the brass , leave it on for a while before gently cleaning the surface. Wash the utensils with water and dry them thoroughly.

Tamarind and salt method: Mix tamarind and salt and make a paste , which can be applied on the brass surface. Rub the stained areas gently and then rinse with water , then dry with a clean cloth.

Baking Soda and Water Method: Make a paste by mixing baking soda and water and apply it on a brass vessel. Rub the surface gently with a soft brush to regain its new shine.

Baking Soda and Aluminum Foil Method for Cleaning Silverware: Make aluminum foil balls and place them in a container filled with water and a small amount of baking powder. Heat the solution and add silver utensils or jewelery to it. After a few minutes , turn off the flame and leave the items in the solution. Use soft cloth to dry after cleaning.


Toothpaste Method : Apply a small amount of non-gel toothpaste to a soft cloth and gently rub the silver tarnished areas. Wash the silver with water and dry it thoroughly.

Lemon and Salt Recipe: Make a paste by mixing lemon juice and salt , apply it on the silver and gently rub the tarnished areas. Wash silver items with water and dry them thoroughly. Always remember to dry silver and brass items to prevent them from tarnishing quickly.