Hmmmmm.... Not quite satisfying enough, hunh?
Maybe oven cleaner spray would work.
Terrific stuff! I just recently used it in my shower. The corner intersections are gross looking with black looking mold - and I used to try all kinds of cleaning products but I just gave up after. I found a recipe using 3/4 c baking soda and 1/4 cup bleach. Mix into a paste. I applied it to the intersections with a skinny pointy old toothbrush and let it sit for 10 minutes. Then, I brushed it, let it sit for 10 more minutes, and then rinsed.It worked pretty good! Well, it worked better on one side and kinda okay on the other. So, I'll try again another day when I feel like cleaning (rare days).I like baking soda. I think I need to go out and buy some more.Thanks for sharing!
ummmmm.....I am speechless ;-o
I found this fun video of cleaning the bottom of pans. She tests several methods. And she says "Barkeepers Friend" powder wins.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJwS_MmgdDIShe also said that some pans can't be cleaned. Way too burnt on I guess.
Not quite, Kay.Mark, I no like stuff with fumes. Thanks, Aunty! I like that recipe. Next time I feel like cleaning, I'll try it!Kinda yah, Kat.LOL, Dd.Thanks Mark! I think this pan falls into that "can't be cleaned" category.
"Mark, I no like stuff with fumes". <~~~Ideas....Go outside and spray the pan with oven spray den run inside da house fass! But take of your flips first so you can run faster! ; )Or put the pan on your oven rack and spray, den close da oven door fass and da overspray helps clean your oven too! It's a another twofer! ; )Dis Haole bugga alwalys tinking! Dat's why I can't sleep! ; )
Honolulu Aunty....My tip for your shower.I make a spray bottle of Clorox Bleach and water mix. Very cheap to make, and much better than the store bought kine because you can control your mixture and make it stronger if needed. Every time I am done with my shower I spray my shower and tub with my Clorox mix.No more mold! And so quick and easy! Hope this helps!
Jalna, i know a guy that can take that pan to the beach and use the sand and salt water to get the hardened oil all out. : )
Mark, no wonda you cannot sleep.How cool izdat, Susan!
Mark....Sounds good but I am like Jalna - the fumes would get to me. My master bath only has a slotted wood door so even if I close the door, I would smell the bleach, and I bathe late at night. Maybe I'll try it in the morning and leave the room.Thanks for the hint.
Maybe you could try using a magic eraser sponge? I think you're not supposed to use it for food items but since it's the outside bottom of the pan it might be okay.-myra
that's pretty darn cool! So no need scrub? You just let it sit there then rinsed it off? I know you used paper towel last time but I wonder if you used a brillo pad or something...
I going try, Myra. I have some of that magic eraser sponge.Had to scrub, Les. I used the green scrubbing abrasive thing.
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