You can easily clean crockery with these methods!

You can easily clean crockery with these methods!
You can easily clean crockery with these methods!

Did your crockery loose its shine and has now developed yellow stains all over it? Not to anymore as here are some kitchen hacks that will make the crockery as good as new. Crockery is usually available in two materials- Porcelain and Ceramic. Most people buy crockery in white or other light colors as it looks beautiful to look at, but it comes with its own disadvantages. Turmeric stains are quite difficult to clean with regular dishwashing soap but can be removed with the below-given tips.

1.Baking soda paste:-

In a bowl, add 2 tablespoons of baking soda. Add a few drops of water to make a flowy paste. Now take a scrub and dip it in this paste. Scrub crockery using this paste and once covered in the paste, leave the crockery aside for at least 15-20 minutes. Now just wash it with dishwashing soap and lukewarm water.

Baking soda paste
Baking soda paste

2.Toothpaste:-

Take a pea-sized amount of toothpaste on a clean toothbrush. Wet it under running water and scrub it on the stains of the crockery. Keep scrubbing for a minute or so. Leave it for 5 minutes and then wash off with lukewarm water. Toothpaste is a mild yet effective cleaner that can also help in cleaning crockery.

Toothpaste
Toothpaste

4.​Lemon juice:-

Squeeze juice of one lemon in a bowl. Now use a clean toothbrush with soft bristles and dip it in the juice. Scrub the yellow stains on the crockery properly with the lemon juice. Once scrubbed well, leave the crockery aside for 10 minutes. Later, wash with warm water and wipe with a cotton cloth.

Lemon juice
Lemon juice

5.​Warm water:-

Fill a bucket with hot water but make sure the water is not boiling hot, as it might break the crockery. Place the crockery in the bucket and let them soak in hot water for 15-20 minutes. This helps in loosening the tough stains. Now just scrub the crockery with regular dishwashing soap and water.

Warm water
Warm water

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