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Old 10-27-2008, 01:04 PM   #11
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Boy, this is resurrecting. I use cream of tartar and water enough to cover the burn. Warm slowly to almost a boil and then turn off heat and let sit overnight.
I've never really blackened a pot, but have browned tomato sauce enough that it tainted the whole batch. My remedy worked.
People also say coke/soda works and rubarb works. Never tried those. (don't drink Coke - Pepsi only LOL! And rubarb in Florida - good luck!)

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Old 10-30-2008, 05:29 PM   #12
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A little dishwasher powder poured into very hot water in the pan should help remove any burned on gunk. Let is sit over night and clean in the morning. This works great on stove drip pans also. (I usually use very hot tap water with an extra quart or so of boiling water added)

By using this method, I have never had anything else stick even in some very cheap pans. (teenagers + cooking pans + stove = burned on gunk)

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