How to clean up the kitchen mess: frying pan and stove surface

September 20, 2016

We use frying pan almost every time we cook something.  So here is a great helping method to make the cleaning easier.  

Here are some tips I use, and it works great!  

This time, I included the stove surface which is a glass.

 

Kitchen paper/used paper napkin: they are awesome to wipe off any grease, and can be tossed in the bin.

Spatula: It is wise to scrape off as much grease from your utensil - after it's cooled.

Milk carton: if you are to throw away the oil which were used for deep-frying, use the empty milk carton.  Pour the oil (using a funnel makes it easy!) seal with cap, and throw it away.

Plumbo fat remover: This is something very nifty and magical.  Just spray over the grease/oil, leave it for a minute or two, and wipe off with kitchen paper or used paper napkin.  It really helps to remove the grease/oil from the surface. 

Plumbo for ceramic and glass surface: Another nifty and magical stuff.  Just spray over the grease/oil, leave it for a minute or two, and wipe off with kitchen paper or used paper napkin.  It really helps to remove the grease/oil from the surface. For the perfect finish, I'd use the microfiber cloth at the end.

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