Burnt Oil on a Stainless Steel Pan

How do I clean burnt oil from a stainless steel pan?

By RichardT from Sterling Heights, MI

January 7, 20110 found this helpful

Apply any of the following (as available) to the burnt parts, leave overnight and scrub with a stiff scouring pad next day:

- scouring powder + vinegar paste

- baking soda

- ash + lemon juice

- tamarind paste

use very little water, so it creates abrasion, and scrub away, it should come off.

All the best.

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January 7, 20110 found this helpful

Hi Richard!

What I do is to sprinkle liberally the burned part with baking soda, and then pour just enough water over the soda to make a paste. Let the pan sit overnight, and then take a scrubby and scrub the burned part. The debris should come off very easily, along with the baking soda paste.

Easy, good for the environment, and cheap! :)

Hope this helps,

Bron from Augusta, Georgia

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