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Get Your Burnt Pots and Pans Clean the Easy Way!

With the holiday season right around the corner, I'm sure there will be lots of cooking, which means lots of burnt pots and pans...at least that's how it is at our house! After thinking that all hope was lost with my favorite chili pan, I decided to try a little trick that I had read about in an old home tips book. I was ready to throw it in the trash, and I am so glad I didn't ! Here is how I get my burnt pots and pans clean...
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Burnt chili pot...ugh.
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This method calls for a mixture of vinegar and baking soda and water.
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Bring water and vinegar mixture to a rolling boil, then add baking soda and let it fiz for a bit.
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Once the fizzing stops, pour all of the liquid out, then add hot water and a little dish liquid to the pot and give a little scrub to remove the rest of the loosened burnt bits.
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Rinse out your pot and you are ready to go! I cannot tell you how happy I am to have discovered this trick...no more throwing out burnt pots for me! For the exact portions, be sure to hop over to the blog! You will find a treasure trove of cleaning tips and tricks there too!

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  • Rhonda Fox Jones
    Rhonda Fox Jones Augusta, GA

    You guys, you know you can use Comet or Ajax and Brillo or SOS pads. If you are working on pure stainless steel, you will not hurt it at all. These 4 products do not contain the harsh abrasives they did back when I was young (child of 1950s). My mom

  • Tommi L. Perkins
    Tommi L. Perkins Fayetteville, AR

    My mother always just put dishwashing liquid and water in the burned on pan/pot and boiled it until the crud came off. Sometimes was a 10 minute deal, sometimes longer. It always worked then. We had Revere Ware with copper bottoms. The bottom of the

    • Carey
      Carey Washtucna, WA

      My mom had Revere ware as well and when I was married 54 years ago, my future in-laws asked be what kind of cookware I wanted. I said Revere Ware. I have it still, it is still in good condition and the only thing that makes me hesitate to change to

  • Blackcat212
    Blackcat212 Sanford, ME

    I'm sorry, but if you keep burning pans and need to throw them away, perhaps you need to rethink your cooking practices. I am not trying to be a troll, but in over 50 years of cooking, I have only burnt one pan really badly and even then, was able to

    • Sue Diveley

      Blackcap 12 What a good cook and smartypants you are!

  • Carey
    Carey Washtucna, WA

    Yes lowering the temperature and staying nearby helps a lot. I burned a pan because I turned my back on it while I was trying to clean up while it was cooking! I just got way to sidetracked. I have always envied those ladies who could clean as they

  • Ila Brown
    Ila Brown Tehachapi, CA

    Not too long ago there was a post about putting a dryer sheet in the pan and letting it soak. I don't remember any other directions but thought I would try it the next time!

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