Sticky Pan Scrubbing

By Amanda Rose | Natural Home

Jun 03

Sticky Pan Cleaning at FreshBitesDaily.comNo one likes to scrub a sticky pan. Heaven forbid you should burn your food to the pan — you may end up with seven rounds and three days of scrubbing.

Before you pour too much elbow grease into your burned-on nasty pan, fill it with water, add a tablespoon or two of baking soda, bring the water to a boil, and let it boil for about ten minutes. You will be amazed at how much easier your scrubbing task will be.

In the picture here, I had burned some sugary-concoction beyond recognition. It was caked to the bottom of the pan. The picture is after one round of boiling and scrubbing. After that round, I did the boiling bit again and it was nothing to get those remaining tough spots cleaned up.

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Lee in Iowa
Lee in Iowa
11 years ago

If your sticky mess has glutens in it (oatmeal, rice), use COLD water. Hot water makes the glutens even stickier.

It’s like magic.

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