Cleaning pots and pans

Cleaning pots and pans

Hey guys! When I first started cooking I
accidentally burned my curry just like this. So today I’d like to show you how I
clean pots and pans. Unfortunately, dish soap probably isn’t
going to help much. I mean, I’ve tried. And it’s not a good idea to scrape your pots
like this if you don’t want scratches all over them. First, add baking soda and water
to the pot and boil it. The burned pieces should rise to the top. And now you can easily clean the rest
with dish soap. As for the outside, use a cream cleanser
with calcium carbonate– the same thing I used in my rusty knife video. For the parts that are still difficult
you can use waterproof sandpaper. Last, this isn’t necessary but you can also use
stainless steel polisher to make it shiny. Just make sure the polisher is safe
for cooking equipment and rinse it well. If these videos don’t come often enough
for you, I now have a vlog channel for more laid-back cooking videos where I
film recipes I actually make in daily life. This is a sneak peek of my next
cooking vlog–coming soon! Thank you for watching!

100 thoughts on “Cleaning pots and pans”

  1. In Japan, traditionally we clean our houses (and tools we use in daily life) thoroughly near the end of the year. This time I decided to clean some of my pots and pans. Hope you'll enjoy it!

  2. The baking soda trick works wonders! Sometimes you don’t even have to use baking soda. My regular regimen for cleaning my stainless steel skillet (which is almost impossible to scrub unless you clean it while it’s still piping hot) is literally boiling water in it first, using a splash of cold water on the back of the pan to make it cool to the touch, and then quickly and painlessly scrubbing out the inside. I suppose elbow grease would work as well, but it’s much better to work smarter, not harder 😉

  3. Damnit I had to throw away a really nice 3qt saucepan that I loved and now I hate not having the right sized pot in my house. This would have saved me the time and money i'll need go get another one! Sonofabitch

  4. I love the curious spectators. If you didn't clean their pans well enough I'm sure they would ask you to do them again properly.

  5. Jun: cleans everything thoroughly every so often

    Me: I can’t use this pan it has scratches, this one is falling apart, ah yes, this one seems useable

  6. Почему видео про то как чувак кипятит кастрюлю с содой набрало два ляма просмотров. Он бы ещё снял видео как чистить зубы

  7. Could you help to me to clean up my house, please? ついでにうちの家も掃除してほしいぐらいです🙂

  8. These pots be lookin cleaner than my neck my mum would probably say if she watched this,
    Since she always tell me after I have a shower,
    said in mandarin
    Mum:hey! Your neck is sooo dirty, next time you shower, clean your neck!

  9. Can you review your house or your room when you are filming this video I think your decoration is so attractive to live.

  10. this is just something i noticed, but jun doesn't purposefully try to make his videos 10 mins, they end when they end and that's so wholesome and i love it

  11. Jun you’re a genius. I legit would never have thought of this. It’s so simple I’m frustrated I didn’t think to do this!

  12. Omg 😲😲😲😲……perfect husband for a girl…………..he he he he is well knowledgeable in everything he does………love from Chennai India

  13. I just watched a video by some jealous hater that spent 10 min trying to convince people that Rachel and Jun are a fraud and don't deserve this many views/subs. I had to rewatch some of my favourite videos (such as this one) to chill and remind myself that people who actually watch their amazing content know why Rachel and Jun are so popular. For instance I've watched this video when it first came out and now I watch it everytime I burn a pan and sometimes just because I feel like it

  14. Dear Jun it is a pleasure to watch what you do, how you treat your cats and they correspond accordingly and your movements what ever you show is interesting . Thank you!

  15. I don't know what I'm doing wrong but when I wash my pan with a sponge and dish soap it smells like the soap. No matter how many times I wash it with clear water the smell won't go away. It gets even stronger when you put it on the hot stove. It smells then like burned soap.

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