Remove Soot from Pots and Pans

Have you ever used your cooking pots and pans over an open fire, knowing they were going to get blackened with soot?
My tip is: On dry exterior, take liquid dish soap and coat the bottom and sides. When it comes time to wash them, the soot washes right off.

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