Instructions. 1. Place the pan on the stovetop and fill the bottom of the pan with a thin layer of water. 2. Add the vinegar. 3. Bring the pan to a boil. (It should be looking a bit cleaner already.) 4. Remove the pan from the heat and add the baking soda.
Step 1. Add about a cup of vinegar to the pot, again adjusting the amount of vinegar based on the depth of the pot and the area of the stain. For very large burns, add more vinegar. For smaller burns or shallower pans, add less. A version of this article was originally published in December 2011.
How to Remove Burn Marks. Then put your pot filled with soapy water on the stove and bring it to a simmer. 2. Let the pot simmer for 15 minutes or more (depending on how much food is stuck on the bottom) and use a spatula to carefully loosen and coax the burnt-on …
Easiest way to clean burnt pots. March 14, 2013 by Debbie Chapman 37 Comments. Pin 66.05K. Share 1.23K. Tweet. We’ve all been there. We get a little bit distracted while making dinner, and before you know it, oops! The pot is completely burnt! And it is the most awful stuff to try to scrub off!
This is my husband’s beloved chili pot. I was supposed to be watching his chili while he was out for a few minutes, and accidentally let it burn. I thought this pot was going to have to be replaced because NOTHING would remove the burned on chili from the bottom. I discovered a way to save it, and share How to Clean Burned Pots and Pans HERE!
Nov 23, 2013 · Here’s how I cleaned my stainless steel pot after burning it pretty badly! – – – – – – – – – – – – – – HOUSE TOUR Playlist: http://bit.ly/2qxdRiM OUR FIRST HOUSE
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Need to know how to clean a burnt pot bottom?Here’s an effective way to remove the black stuck on burnt gunk off the bottom of your pot. This post is sponsored by …