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How to remove mineral deposit from metal cooking utensils?
This post shows the five steps on removing mineral deposits from cooking utensils.
Step 1: Above right fig.1 shows the purchase of vinegar from Sam's club® or other retailer. Vinegar is acetic acid and this acid is strong to remove deposit but not so harmful to hurt your hands.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows the mineral deposits inside this metal saucepan.
|Fig.3 Removing minerals|
Step 5:, If the mineral deposit are still present, pour the contents of the glass back into the saucepan. Repeat these steps as necessary to remove the mineral deposits. Using a cleaning or scratch pad will aid in removing the mineral deposit. Fig.4 shows the saucepan exterior is nice and clean from the vinegar. Fig.5 shows the interior of the saucepan ready to be used again.
|Fig.5 Job done|
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