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Burnt food leaving black tough marks underneath your pressure cooker? Here’s an easy hack for comfortable cleaning!

Cooking tends to leave a large amount of residue that turns black and can be difficult to remove. Here are some easy tips that will help loosen the black stains using simple items found in your kitchen.

The tough stains of burnt food and stuck-on leftovers need some tough cleaning. We have a few smart tips to help you.

1) Hot water for the black remnants

Boil some water in the pressure cooker for 10-15 minutes on slow heat. The remnants should have loosened. Once the cooker cools down, pour 2 drops of Vim dishwash gel and scrub it till the stains go away. Wash it like you normally would.

2) Onions

Fill the cooker with water, drop 5-6 onion skins in it. Place the lid on and boil it for 20-30 minutes. Scrub the stains once the cooker cools down.

3) Cream of Tartar

Fill half the cooker with water. Pour 2-3 tablespoons of tartaric acid in it and place it on the stove. You can also squeeze 2 lemons for more acidic reaction and fragrance. Boil it for 5-10 minutes. Wash it as you normally would with Vim dishwash gel.

4) Baking soda

Add 2-3 tablespoons of baking soda in the cooker and fill ½ of the cooker with water. Boil it at a low flame for a few minutes. Let it cool down. Scrub again with baking soda and Vim dishwash gel. For final cleaning, wash it as you normally would.

Top Tip

Pour a few drops of Vim dishwash gel in the cooker before heating, it will react strongly on the stains.