Can I Still Use a Scorched Stainless Steel Pan?

I was boiling water and completely forgot about it. The stove was on high. When I found the pan, the bottom was all black on the inside and the outside was covered with ashes. It is a stainless steel pan with copper on the outside bottom. Can it still be used?

By Tex from Archbold, OH

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January 20, 20100 found this helpful

As long as it's not Teflon coated you most certainly can!

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January 20, 20100 found this helpful

I use mine, and it happened years ago. If I remember right I just scoured it with the finest steel wool I could find. It is still discolored.

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