Asked on Jul 23, 2013
How do I remove the cooked on gunk from the bottom of my pans?
I have several pots and pans that have the built up cooking gunk, I think I read somewhere it's carbon, on the bottom and some on the sides. Some of the cookware is enamel and some is hard anodized. How can I remove this? I read about the ammonia in a plastic bag for stove burners will that work for the pans also? Unfortunately I'm on a tight budget so just trying things willy nilly won't work for me. Even inexpensive baking soda has to be purchased with an intention in mind. Thanks