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Removing Burnt Stains from Stainless Steel Skillets

posted by sballou

skillet1. Sprinkle the burned area with coarse salt and a bit of water to make a paste.
2. Scrub well and the stains should come off. You may have to repeat.



  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Cara

    I clean pans just like my momma used to. Put about 1/2″ of water in the pan and put it on a low boil. Scrape up the burnt/stuck on mess gently with a plastic spatula. Comes right off. No fuss, no muss.

  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Peggy Eads

    What about the hard anodized type pans, I have tried this and everything else I can think of but no success. Thank you

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