There are 2 sure fire ways of doing this. If it isn't "too" baked on, you can soak in a good quality dish soap/water overnight and then use an SOS pad carefully (glass has a coating on it too). If that doesn't work, spray an oven cleaner on it and leave for a couple hours. If you haven't used oven cleaner before, be sure to wear gloves or wash your hands immediately afterwards because the cleaner will eat at your skin! Good Luck and happy cleaning. :o) (11/06/2006)
By Lorrie T
Try detergent for dishwashers (machines). Coat the burned on area w/ the detergent (gel or make a paste w/ the powder). Allow to 'set' overnight. Gently scrub down in layers so as to not damage the glass cookware. Repeat if necessary. (11/06/2006)
Burnt Food in Pots and Pans:
Sprinkle pans liberally with baking soda, adding just enough water to moisten. Let stand for several hours. You can generally lift the burnt food right out of the pan. This was from the Queen of Clean website, don't know if it will work on glass cookware, don't see why not. (11/06/2006)
Arm & Hammer Washing Soda, sold in laundry aisle at the supermarket. Cheap, non-toxic, cleans EVERYTHING. Wear gloves though. It will dry out your hands like crazy. (11/07/2006)
I have also tried steel wool it actually worked (11/14/2006)
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