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Clean Burnt Pan With These 10 Hacks!

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When the pan has scorched, it look so unattractive and dirty. Before you think to throw it, check out first below tips to clean burnt pan easily and effectively!

Pan is one of the cooking utensil that must have in every kitchen due to it multifunctional usage. Hence, it is necessary to know how to maintain them correctly.

Most of the time, the pot become charred after the cooking, even though the dishes we make are cooked perfectly. For that, it’s a good idea to keep and care for the pan to keep it clean and shiny. This can also affect the health and freshness of cooked food.

How & Steps to Clean the Burnt Pan

When cooking, we must have accidentally emptied the pan. Burnt pans or pans can leave stubborn stains or even become unusable.

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When the pan burns, don’t rush to throw it away. You can do several ways to get it back to the way it was! Come on, see how to clean a burnt pan, it’s easy and powerful!

1. Use Dish Soap & Soak in Hot Water

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The first way to clean a burnt pan is to use dish soap and hot water. First of all you need to pour a little liquid dish soap on the burnt part of the pan. After that, soak the pot in hot water overnight.

The next day, you can rinse and scrub it with a dishwashing sponge to remove the scorched crust on the pan.

2. Use Hot Water and Wooden Spatula

When the pan is already burnt, don’t need to panic. You can immediately soak the still hot pot in warm water. Let stand 15-20 minutes so that the scale or scorch marks are removed from the pan.

Then, you can use a wooden spatula or sponge to remove the scorched crust by rubbing it gently.

3. Vinegar, can be a substitute for water

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In addition to using hot water, you can use vinegar instead. The trick is to pour vinegar into the burnt part of the pan, and then let stand a few minutes.

After that, you can rub it gently with a wooden spoon or wooden spatula.

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4. Use Dryer Sheet, It’s Easier!

how to clean burnt pan using dry sheet

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Dryer sheet is a fabric softener in the form of thin paper. Very practical to remove stains and scent clothes. However, you can use it on cooking utensils!

The trick is to put the dryer sheet on the burnt pan. Pour warm water over it then let stand a few hours to wait for the performance of the dryer sheet. Dirt and burn marks will be gone! Don’t forget to rinse the pan with dish soap.

5. Clean the Cooking Pan with Kosher Salt

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Kosher salt can also be one way to clean burnt pans. Just pour salt on the burnt pan and mix it with dish soap. Once mixed, pour warm water and let stand for a few hours.

After that, rub gently with a spatula or wooden spoon so as not to damage the pan.

6. Use Baking Soda

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Baking soda is known to be effective in cleaning various dirt and stains. To clean a scorched pan, you can pour baking soda directly into the pan. Pour warm water and rub gently with a wooden spoon.

7. Use Cream of Tartar

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For those of you who are used to cooking various dishes, surely you are no stranger to cream of tartar. This cream can be used to clean stains on cookware!

The trick is to pour the cream into the burnt pan and mix it with the water. Bring the cream and water to a boil and rub gently to remove the stain.

8. Clean with plain soda

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Soda has a content that can lift dirt to burn the crust on the pan. You just pour the soda into the pan and let it sit for a few minutes. After that, rinse the pan until clean while gently rubbing the burnt part.

9. Using Tomato Sauce

tomato sauce

Who would have thought, this ordinary sauce can also be used to clean burnt pans! Just brush the burnt part of the pan with tomato sauce and let it sit for 15-20 minutes. After that, you can immediately rinse with running water while rubbing slowly.

10. Use Lemon

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As a way to clean the inside of the scorched pan, you can thinly slice a lemon. Put it in a saucepan and fill it with water and bring it to a boil. Boil the lemon until it boils then clean with running water, while scrubbing with a dishwashing sponge.

Those are some ways and steps to clean a burnt pan. Tools to clean it are easy to find in the market. If you want to clean a burnt pan, it is recommended that you use gloves or special gloves for washing dishes. It is useful for protecting hands from harsh chemicals.

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Jayden is a guest post editor and part time contributor at Life Hack Solution. For guest post queries, reach out to info@lifehack-solution.com.

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