Cleaning bottom of pots?

How till clean bottom of Caphlone pot, a lot of old build up of cooking usage?

  8 answers
  • Joanna Smith Joanna Smith on Jan 21, 2018
    Another job for Dawn dish soap and baking soda. The soda is just abrasive enough to scrub without causing damage and the Dawn cuts grease.
  • Nancy Walters Nancy Walters on Jan 22, 2018
    KrudKutter...put It On, Full Strength, Let Sit, Wipe Off
  • All32497216 All32497216 on Jan 22, 2018
    I use Cascade dishwasher liquid for thiose yellowish stains that gather at the handles and pot bottoms but I don't use a dishwasher. Spread the stuff on the bottom and let sit. Scrub off with old toothbrush or non-scratchy pad. It's not a mega-scrubbing task. Also, steel wool and just liquid dish detergent for some stains. Try the different answers; probably one will be better for one and another for another, unless your pots are all the same. If you have your mom's old cookie sheets, the bottoms probably need morer than one try-vinegar and Ajax dish liquid, applied to set over and over. Then steel wool worked on my mom's. I like to turn old to new!
  • Shoshana Shoshana on Jan 22, 2018
    You can try Barkeepers Friend. That usually does the job
  • Nun32489822 Nun32489822 on Jan 22, 2018
    use steel wool you can get from a hardware shop eric
  • Sharon Taylor Sharon Taylor on Jan 22, 2018
    Use a paste of baking soda and water let it set for 5 mins . Works great for me
  • Nun32489822 Nun32489822 on Jan 22, 2018
    use a scouring stainless wire pad and rinse eric
  • Delores Delores on Jan 22, 2018
    For copper use 0000 steel wool and paste of vinegar and salt. Make sure to use 0000 steel wool because it is very fine and will not damage copper. On some of my other pans I use toothpaste and 0000 steel wool. For enamel coated pans I use toothpaste to remove stain as it does not scratch the enamel (also use on inside of pots).