If your enamel pots look anything like mine they are stained and never come up perfectly clean after washing, then you need to watch this video on how to get them sparkling clean again.

All you need is some hydrogen peroxide, baking soda and some elbow grease.

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  • Great tip – and very economical as well.


  • Great tip – my cookware can look new again. A little concerned about the peroxide though. I might try baking soda and vinegar first.


  • That is great, thanks for sharing.


  • The same effect can be reached by using baking soda & vinegar.


  • After each use I wash mine with hot soapy water as soon as it cools enough.
    It takes a lot longer for a build up to occur.
    It is best to have plenty of ventilation in your kitchen when doing this.


  • I don’t own any enamel cookware. But looking at the video, it’s amazing how clean they got them!!


  • I don’t have a lot of enamelware, but it’s always good to know how to clean it.


  • Great tip!!!thanks for sharing.


  • Thanks for the tips,will definitely come in handy!


  • This is very handy I have a beautiful enamel pan/pot I love to use but rarely do because I’m scared of the washing up after process. Handy tips always on this site.


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