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Ok, I’m not going to necessarily make all the tips this week about cleaning, however, this one is a favorite of mine and after proving to myself it works, you should too!
No one likes to put a brand new meal in a stained, ugly crockpot. I know I don’t. I tried many methods to get that ring that wants to stay baked on off, but this is the one that works the best, very time!
I found this little gem on the website lifeshouldcostless.com, and pinned it to my Pinterest board a long time ago. She has a video tutorial that makes it easy to follow, but I thought I’d just cover the steps here-it’s easy peasy! I’m not trying to copy anyone, I just know not everyone has Pinterest, so I wanted to share the best tips from around the web to help you all save time and money.
Ok- Step 1
Fill the crockpot with water to just above the ring of crud
Add one cup of white vinegar for a 6 qt cooker, or 1/2 cup for a 3 qt
Slowly add a cup of baking soda a spoonful or so at a time-wait until the bubbles die down between each spoonful
Cover and turn your crockpot on to low for 4 hours
Let the crockpot cool down and wash normally with soapy water.
Thats it! The ring will be totally gone and your crockpot will shine like new!
I hope you enjoyed this tip, feel free to check it out on my Pinterest board for the full tutorial with pics or go straight to the website I mentioned above. Thank you to Sarah for the awesome tip.
Feel free to comment below or ask a question and please keep those content comments coming in. I’ll be checking to see what everyone has voted for. I appreciate all the advice so far. I hope everyone has a lovely day, I’ll see you tomorrow when I share another cool tip to help with the coming cold weather (eventually :))!
See y’all then, I’ve got to go clean up my patio!