Dealing with Burned (Burnt) Pans

I know two tips for burnt pans. The first one is to boil rhubarb in the pan - it works! The second is to boil a small amount of bio washing powder in the burnt pan - it also works!

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By Deb

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August 21, 20050 found this helpful

When I have burnt pan or at least discolored, I cook an apple or sometimes even the peelings, makes it look new again , doesn't take much only a few inches of water with a few peelings

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By Lois (Guest Post)
October 6, 20050 found this helpful

Thanks for the tip about washing powder, worked a treat on a jam pan I thought I'd ruined!

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By maggie wells. (Guest Post)
December 19, 20060 found this helpful

I burned a farberware pot badly cooking chocolate fudge; I forgot it was a new stove and heats hotter and faster than previous burner. There is a 1/8 inch black burnt coating over bottom of pan. Tried warm water with box baking soda overnight. Tried heating slightly and trying to scrape .. nothing. Am wondering if I have to throw pot away.

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February 11, 20110 found this helpful

I burnt my revere frying pan and there are now scratches, it is 2-3 years old and cost a pretty penny.

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Shall I throw it out? Or is it still safe to keep?

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February 28, 20150 found this helpful

I also have pots and fry pans burnt on the outside, and would like to know of an easy way to get rid of it. Other than beating the thief who keeps trying to get in my house...

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