cooking, but must admit I sometimes get in a hurry and do a hit and miss job. Then later, they're covered with ugly baked-on areas that I have to apply real elbow grease to get them
clean. I usually soak them in hot, soapy water and then clean them with a wet cloth and cleanser -- the non-abrasive kind -- but often then have to use a Brillo-type pad for tough spots. But even so, then I have to use a knife for tiny spots in corners and unless I'm in a very dedicated mood, I still leave small areas. It's a chore and a half and surely I must have overlooked a product that will make this an easy job. Suggestions?
Commented on Apr 29, 2012
We had coated cast iron and soaked them individually, overnight in a ziploc bag filled with
1/2 C. straight ammonia. Wash with sponge and rinse in the morning.