How to Clean Every Kitchen Item

Rinse and dry it, and reinforce the seasoning by applying a light coat of oil with a paper towel. Though it’s unlikely, you should replace your cast iron

Iron Skillet

While you shouldn’t need to toss your baking sheet because of stains and baked-on food, if your pan doesn’t lay flat on the counter

Baking Sheets

To keep your Pyrex looking like new, sprinkle baking soda over the stains, followed by dish soap. Then, add hot water and let it soak for 15 minutes


Dutch oven can’t go in the dishwasher, but you can reach for dish soap and warm water instead. If that doesn’t work, try a baking soda bath

Dutch Oven

Wash your nonstick pans with warm, soapy water, and if that doesn’t work to get rid of stains and sticky food, try filling the pan with baking soda and water

Nonstick Pan

using soap, scrub with a gentle brush with warm water and make sure the wok is dry before you store it to avoid rust


Wash the carafe, brew basket and lid after each cup of coffee you brew.  Your coffee maker is something that should be on your radar  once a month.

Coffee Maker

Throw it in the top rack of the dishwasher or clean with hot, soapy water after each use. By cleaning it regularly

Coffee Filter

Wash the water reservoir with soap and water. Use a damp, lint-free cloth to clean the pod holder, drip tray and exterior