Steel wool will work, but there is an easier way. Pour some amonia into a glass bowl, put your skillet in a large, plastic garbage bag, outside the home of course, like in the back yard. Place the bowl of amonial into the bag with the pan, and secure the bag with a twist-tie. Let sit overnight, or all day. After 8 - 12 hours have elapsed, remove the pan and you will find that the old , cooked-on coating comes off almost with a paper towel. At this point, fire up the grill, coat the pan inside and out with a film of shortening, and place in the covered barbecue. Let bake for an hour or until the pan quits smoking. Let cool and wipe the inside with a light coating of oil. Your pan is now ready for use.
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