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Removing Burnt Food

Removing Burnt Food From Non-stick Pots & Pans & Stove Tops too!

1. Pour or Fill with Boiling Water from your Tea Kettle

2. If you have a pot that is not stick such as a Pyrex pot. You may fill the pot with a mixture of boiling and a small amount of Clorox until food loosens. Test with a large spatula or fork. You may add more Clorox if needed. If necessary let the pot or pan set overnight.

If fragments remains or if you have a milder case..

Use a brillo pan such as Never Rust. You can use Ajax or Comet along with the pot scrubber.

Hope this Helps You! It's worked for me for years!

Visitors comments

not helpful Comments By: Unhappy in Pa. on 2008-11-05
This tip was NOT very helpful to me.You do NOT say what to do after you put the boiling water in the pan.My pans are ALL non-stick so I can't use any type of abrasive.
I did not understand do pu the bleach in the pot or on the stove? Comments By: Carnita on 2011-04-11
How do one use the bleach in the pot or on the stove with the hot water. I am confused

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