Aluminum Foil as Frugal Scouring Pads

Since the death of my husband, I really had to give up some of the things I am used to using in order to save money. Kitchen scouring pads were one of them. To save on money but still get the job of crusty, burnt pots and pans clean, I recycle my aluminum foil. Why throw what has been used to cover something up with away?

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I just wad the foil up, add a couple drops of soap. To tell the truth, the foil cleans those icky pots and pans better than a store bought pad does. I keep the recycled foil under my sink in a plastic bag and toss it out after the dishes are done.

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February 26, 20140 found this helpful

Doesn't this scratch the pans?

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May 5, 20140 found this helpful

No, this does not scratch your pans, dishes at all.

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December 13, 20180 found this helpful

Cool, Im so goi g to try this!

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December 13, 20180 found this helpful

Sounds good to try . So, you wad up the used foil, that may have oil or food on it, or you rinse it out first?

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