02 February 2012

The Pantyhose Scrubby

Clean those stains off your nonstick cookware by making a do-it-yourself scrubby pad. Take a pair of clean, old pantyhose and fold them up into a small pad.  Then just moisten the pad with some water, add a couple of drops of dishwashing detergent and scrub away.  The pantyhose are very gentle and won't scratch the surface of your pots and pans, but are also remarkably effective at lifting stubborn stains. You can also make terrific scrubbys for the shower - as well as walls and other nonporous surfaces - by cutting off the foot or toe section, fitting it over a sponge, and knotting the end.

1 comment:

  1. I've always found using those bags that oranges come in, cut off the top and bottom, fold them into a sort of square, machine stitch them, and they are perfect for washing dishes. No scratching anything, but are ouch enough to scrub away at baked on food.


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