Wife incinerated some stuff in a stainless steel pan, this is gonna take something special to get it clean. Any tips for what to soak it in to lift it off easy? Or is it just scouring pads and elbow grease?
Slight hijack whilst the domestic godss are in attendance…
Hard anodised non-stick pan, has shallow grooves on the bottom. One has a rough feel to grooves and is slightly brown, suspect its been overheated but if there anything I can try to lift the residue? It does scratch off but would take hours and probably ruin the pan.
she had (possibly quite sensibly) lobbed it in the bin, but I am made of sterner stuff, or just too tight to throw stuff away. After an initial soaking and attacking the food with a blunt instrument there’s still 10mm of burnt matter wielded to the bottom.
Just an update as I’m sure many of you were up all night worrying. A soak in bio and a screw driver helped enabled me to chip the cremated ruins off the bottom of the pan, just a bunch of black spots to get rid of, soaking in bio again now, will have another crack at it tonight.