Christmas brainteaser

Can YOU Find the Hidden Frying Pan in this Christmas Brain Teaser?

To mark the holiday season, metals4U have created a festive brainteaser to get the cogs in your head turning. This brain teaser is reminiscent of a scene everyone knows all too well; the abundance of dirty pots, pans and plates stacked up ready to wash after your Christmas dinner.

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Do you find yourself leaving your pots and pans, after stuffing yourself with all the trimmings, to soak so you can deal with them later? Make your life easier by ensuring you soak them properly, so when the food coma finally subsides, the mammoth task of washing up won’t be so intimidating.

Paul McFadyen, metals specialist and Chief Executive at metals4U says: “One simple hack that can make all the difference when soaking your pans, other than ensuring the water you use is hot and soapy, is adding the household favourite – baking soda or soda crystals. When cleaning your pans you should be really careful not to use anything too abrasive that might damage the metal coating. Baking soda or soda crystals mixed with water is great for this, and it’s also economical and non-toxic.”

“Adding this to your soak should help lift even the most stubborn grime, meaning you won’t be left scrubbing away endlessly when you could be tucking into a box of chocolates instead. Be sure to rinse well after treating, and dry it with a microfibre cloth to prevent watermarks.”

Christmas brainteaser

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With that in mind, can you find the hidden aluminium frying pan in this messy kitchen? Only 20% of people can find the frying pan in under 60 seconds, if you can beat the record then you’ve got an attentive eye! Take a look at the image above and let us know how you go.

Struggling to spot the pan amongst the washing up? Try directing your eyes towards the wine bottle and you might be in luck….

If you still haven’t found the missing pan, find the answer below.

Christmas brainteaser

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