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Baking Soda and Lemon Juice for Burnt Food Stains

To clean burnt-on food off of a burner pan, first pour enough baking soda to cover the caked on food. Then, pour enough lemon juice to make a paste. Let it sit for several hours, and when you come back, you can just wipe off the mess without any scrubbing.


By ALS from Columbia, MD


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November 14, 20070 found this helpful

ALS,Thanks for the tip.This one is new to me...I got rid of all my aerosols and use b.soda,wt.vinegar and any other frugal /natural items that I'm sure go back to my Nana's era.

Happy Holidays,Keeper

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