Almost everything in the kitchen shines up nicely with just a little soap and hot water. But pots and pans, like stainless steel, aluminum, and non-stick, are trickier with all of the gunk that gets on it. Luckily, almost everything can be cleaned if you know the right process. This Pot and Pan Cleaning Guide will help you along the way.
The Best Trick To Clean Burnt-On Grease From Pots And Pans - CleaningDIY.net
Easiest way to clean a burnt pot - scrub free! "I poured in a generous amount of hydrogen peroxide and sprinkled on a nice pile of baking soda. Then I swirled it around to get it to mix. I let is sit for 6 hours and the burnt residue just dissolved off the pot! I used my kitchen scrub brush to wipe it away."
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