How to Clean Stubborn Grease and Grime Off Pots and Pans With Baking Soda + Lemon

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The most dreaded part of dinner is dealing with the greasy pots and pans we leave in the kitchen while we eat. The grease and grime may feel like it's never going to come off—and sometimes you can feel like you're scrubbing for hours to get them to come clean. We know the struggle. Home organizing expert, Caroline Solomon, @neat.caroline with nearly 200k followers on TikTok, reveals her trick to get pots and pans clean in a matter of minutes—and all you need is lemon and baking soda.  

"If your pots and pans get super greasy, I recommend soaking them in warm soapy water while you eat, and if they still looks greasy after, my life-saving hack is baking soda and half a lemon. You're going to sprinkle some baking soda on top of your greasy pot and you're going to squeeze half a lemon on top. Let it sit for 10 minutes and then that grease will just melt right off—leaving your pan sparkling clean," says Caroline.   

Plus, she shares tips to clear your table in no time, and even remove stubborn rings on coffee tables from glasses

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