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Kara said: “Baking soda and vinegar!!!!“
Stephanie said: “Heat up the pan with some vinegar in it, it will come clean.“
Samantha said: “Warm vinegar in the pan, set the pan in the sink & add baking soda. Let it sit for a couple hours. Right before cleaning add more baking soda and use elbow grease…“
Jamie said: “Bring to a boil a mixture of dish soap and water.”
Dee said: “Put soapy water in it and let it boil. The food should lift right off. But if you have a burnt non stick pan, that probably isn’t very good for you.“
Susan said: “Sprinkle dishwasher detergent in the bottom of the pan. Cover with HOT water and let stand overnight. It should clean easily after that.“
Mary said: “I use the dishwasher soap (not liquid, but powder), or the tabs. Put it in the pan, add boiling water and soak, will wipe off like nothing!!“
Vicki said: “Put an inch of water in with a squirt of dishsoap & put it on a burner. Bring it to a boil & stir it with a wooden spoon just like you’re doing a “reduction”. Anything crispy cooks off.“
Tanya said: “Dish soap with real lemon squeezed into it and water in the pan. Place on a heated stove burner and voila!“
Stephanie said: “My mom says to soak a dryer sheet in it overnight...”
Chris said: “Fill with warm water then put a fabric softener sheet in and let sit a couple hours.“
Patty said: “Dryer sheet overnight… really works, I do it all the time. Or sprinkle baking soda liberally, then pour a little vinegar on it. It will ‘fiz’ like crazy. Let it set for a bit after the ‘fiz’ stops.“
James said: “Baking soda and water will make a paste. Leave overnight to soak, then rinse and re apply if necessary.”
Debbi said: “Boil water with 1 teaspoon baking soda for 5 minutes.“
Carolyn said: “Baking soda and toothbrush, or a baby bottle cleaning brush.“
Theresa said: “I’ve heard and read… ammonia… put the pans in a heavy duty garbage bag, add ammonia, then let it sit over night. Stains come right off.“
Kristen said: “Stainless steel? Bar keeper’s friend is great at getting that off. I only use stainless steel and iron skillets and Bar Keeper is the only thing that gets my stainless really clean. Foil balls also help scrape it off too.“
Nancy said: “Mr Clean Sponge“
Jamie said: “Magic Eraser!“
Heather said: “I use hydrogen peroxide to soak it for a bit. It will come right off.“
Sarah said: “Soak overnight with hot, soapy water and use a 3M Scrubby if needed.“
Carolyn said: “Ice and salt and brillo.“
Lynn said: “Easy off Oven Cleaner“
Amy said: “My grandma always taught me to soak in cold water. Works like a charm.“
and finally Tippi said: “My first go to is to boil water in it to loosen things, then scrub. After that I just toss it.”
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