Burnt Oil on a Stainless Steel Pan

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

By RichardT from Sterling Heights, MI

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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.

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Easy, good for the environment, and cheap! :)
Hope this helps,
Bron from Augusta, Georgia

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