How To Remove Grease and Stains on Glassware..Magic!
Here is a question that has probably crossed your mind at one point or another; how do you clean glass properly? Here is a great tutorial from Tasteful Space on how to remove grease and stains on glassware... it's magic. We've all been there, those nice, clear glass pyrex casserole dishes that were once so clear and clean from any residue now have brown stains all over them. This tends to happen over time when the grease settles and cooks onto the glass. Of course you clean your clear glass pans every time you use them, but sometimes that is not enough to get through to those stubborn stains. Even the best dishwashing detergent in the world isn't going to make a difference with these grease stains. You may have tried other cleaning methods like SOS pads and brillo pads, baking soda and vinegar, and other concoctions, but nothing seems to work. Well, Rachael from Tasteful Space shares with us her secret to getting these pyrex clear pans clean once and for all.
You might be surprised to see how easy this method is and that it doesn't take a lot of fussing or fighting to get rid of these stains. As you will see in the photos on her website, her method works like a dream, and the grease magically disappears. Your pans will look brand new in no time and you will know how to combat these stains in the future when they resurface.
Many people are also purchasing these classic pyrex brand pans at thrift stores or garage sales because they are so useful and high quality, and you can find great deals on them when they are used. This method Rachael shares would be a great way to clean up any old pyrex or glass pans and measuring cups before you disinfect them and put them to use. Pyrex is a great brand that was created to last, and there are many different styles and sizes to choose from. The vintage cookware from Pyrex is very popular once again and people are realizing that they just don't make things like they used to.
Pyrex is made out of a special type of glass that is able to withstand high temperatures. Introduced in 1908, the glassware was first used in laboratories and kitchens. Otto Schott was the man who invented the type of glass that is used in Pyrex dishes and is called Borosilicate glass. This was back in 1893 a couple of decades before the glass would be commercially reproduced and made into common kitchenware. The Borosilicate glass was also used to make telescopes and was favoured because of it's very durable nature.
You may even have some old pyrex dishes that you have held onto from your family. If you do, you'll know how great they work and how you would never want to get rid of it unless you had to. So thank you Rachael for this great tutorial on how to keep our glassware looking like new.***
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