Burnt Pan--HELP!!Honey mixture burned pan...
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Use a few tablespoons of cream of tartar with hot water or hydrogen peroxide and clean any aluminum pans which have discoloration or any rusty drains, pans, or stains.Do you have copper kettles? Mix some cream of tarter with lemon juice and rub the copper with it. Rinse and be amazed!
How about a porcelain sink, tub, commode? Rub the porcelain surfaces with cream of tartar and watch the stains disappear.
Fabric stains? No prob. Mix a few teaspoons of cream of tartar with some glycerin and use like spray-and-wash. The results? Well, I’m here to tell you that this stuff cured the ring around Joshua’s shirt collars.
Just need a great nonabrasive cleaner? Mix 2 teaspoons of vinegar and 2 teaspoon of cream of tartar in a small dish (use 3 or 4 teaspoons of vinegar and 3 or 4 teaspoons of cream of tartar if you have more items to clean). Apply with your cleaning rag or scrub brush and let it sit for 5-10 minutes. Scrub. Wash with hot soapy water.
Posted 15 April 2012 - 05:15 PM
After you soak again with Cascade, here's what will work, if you dare use it: pumice stone. You can buy pumice--not what you might see in a beauty supply place, the kind I'm recommending looks like beige rocks--very cheap at any of your local tianguis, and maybe even at the Chapala market. I know it sounds crazy, but wet your pan and rub the burnt places gently (at first) and then as hard as you need to with the pumice. The burnt stuff will come off. I don't guarantee that it won't scratch the pan, which is why I say gently at first.
It's funny that I would find your post today as I have been searching the web the last 2 days for info on cleaning a burnt pot. My neighbor was making a snack and forgot about it completely. It was a copper bottom stainless steel pan. The only thing that semi worked was the Cascade. I agree with the other posters . Throw the non stick pan away.
This kind of pumice is what Mexican women use for scrubbing pots, cleaning the water deposits off the inside of toilet bowls, and exfoliating their feet. Obviously not the same stone for all three purposes. LOL...
Dare to try it! It won't work on non-stick because of the scratching issue, but it will on anything else, including on stainless steel and cast iron. I use it exclusively.
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