Did you know that pouring untreated fat down the sink can lead to fat deposits building up and blocking drains, leaving you with a costly visit from the plumber in the New Year? Equally putting the roasting tin straight into the dishwasher can cause congealed fat (yuck!) to catch in the filter of the machine, causing it to block and spoil the performance of the wash.
dissolve fat and prevent it from sticking to the insides of pipe work and
causing blockages. They can also be used to unblock any build up of food
and gunk that has accumulated as a result of the Christmas day feast. To unclog drains, pour a generous amount of Soda Crystals down
the plughole followed by a kettle full of boiling water. Crystals
Oh, and Soda Crystals also make light work of washing the roasting tin!
After stuffing yourself with lunch and all the trimmings, who wants to spend the rest of the afternoon scrubbing the grease from the roasting tin?! Once the meal is over, pour any liquid fat into a used jar and throw in the bin, or wipe the excess fatty residue off with kitchen towel. Sprinkle the tin with a cup of Soda Crystals before pouring boiling water over them and leaving to soak for an hour. Pour away the water and then wash the tin with washing up liquid or put it in the dishwasher.
What will you be cooking this Christmas dinner?