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Old 05-08-2016, 07:17 PM   #11
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I used straight white vinegar.
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Keep in mind these pans are tools in the kitchen and don't need to be perfect. I can live with a salt spot or two rather than agonizing over it.
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Keep in mind these pans are tools in the kitchen and don't need to be perfect. I can live with a salt spot or two rather than agonizing over it.
Good point, Andy! I tend to be a bit obsessive about cleaning cookware sometimes It's good to know that the salt spots don't effect the functionality of the pan.
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I used straight white vinegar.
Thanks! Forgot to ask...how long did you boil the solution?
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Thanks! Forgot to ask...how long did you boil the solution?

I just boiled it until it looked clean. It was many years ago. I remember my dad was visiting, and he said you'll never get that clean. Ha! It worked!
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I just boiled it until it looked clean. It was many years ago. I remember my dad was visiting, and he said you'll never get that clean. Ha! It worked!
Lol! I'll bet it was fun to show him the clean pan
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Lol! I'll bet it was fun to show him the clean pan

Indeed! I admit I was quite smug about the result.
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