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Removing Sticky Grease Residue from Pans

March 21, 2006

Woman cleaning greasy frying pan.Please help me remove baked Pam residue from a regular cookie sheet (NOT nonstick).

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Susie Whorley from Chapel Hill, NC

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March 21, 20061 found this helpful
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Try using SOS pads. They work!

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Barkeepers's friend....all I can say!

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September 17, 2009

Anyone out there know how to get rid of the sticky film on frying pans after using an oil spray? Thanks. This is after you have already washed the pans.

By Sheila from Flint, MI

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September 18, 20090 found this helpful
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If the skillet doesn't have a non-stick surface, you can use a Brillo or SOS pad.

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July 16, 20150 found this helpful
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I have tried vinegar, baking soda, soap and nothing seems to work, so I use a Stanley scraper and it works fine. The only problem, except for being a bit time consuming, are the corners.

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Those are hard to get withou damaging non-stick finish. Otherwise, the surface remains usable. Scrape carefully so you don't remove the Teflon, though...

 
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November 2, 2010

What products/chemicals can be used to remove peanut oil from the cooking containers and utensils? When we deep fry over open burners there is a gummy substance on the outside of the pans that is hard to get off. Any suggestions?

By Alan R. Beckley from Suwanee, GA

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Simple Green. It's a spray cleaner/de-greaser found in the automotive & sometimes household cleaner section of the store. You will be amazed at how fast that stuff works! You spray it on & you don't even have to let it sit or scrub very hard, it just melts the dirt & oil!

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I discovered this on my old Revereware tea kettle that sits on the stove all the time & no matter how I scrubbed it or what I used on it, I never could get all the gunk & black stuff off. It was so dark, discolored & ugly, that I was at my wits end & was going to throw it away,then I decided to try the Simple Green cause I use it on everything else anyway. It blew me away how well it worked, it looks like I have a brand new kettle & I didn't have to hurt my hand (I have arthritis & carpal tunnel) scrubbing, just lightly scrubbed with a regular pot scrubber & all was gone!

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November 7, 20101 found this helpful
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Dawn Power Dissolver. We used this at our business but you can find it in some stores too.

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November 2, 2010

After several instances of baking beer battered fish fillets, my cookie sheets (non stick) and my toaster oven baking pan (aluminum I think), all have a thick yellow gooey greasy residue.

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