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 Removing nasty burn marks on your pans and baking trays

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PostSubject: Removing nasty burn marks on your pans and baking trays   Fri Nov 10, 2017 8:26 am

Got burns on your aluminum pans that you’ve owned for years?
Have brownish-black stains been coating your pots and pans for years?

You buy nice, shiny metal cookware that you take great care to keep that way. Or your glass casserole dish is gleaming until lasagna takes over.

After a few rounds of cookie baking and chicken roasting, the shine fades, and the colour turns auburn. Gradually, your pan turns dark. Sometimes, you accidentally burn food and it leaves evidence by way of a smite mark.

Well I’ve got news: it’s cleanable!



All you need is some baking soda, white vinegar, and hot water. Most of us have these items in the house already and they don’t cost much.

Sprinkle some baking soda liberally on the scorch marks. Don’t forget the corners! Add vinegar and listen to the lovely fizzing sound it makes when it combines with the baking soda. You can either wait for the buzzy symphony to end, or add the hot water immediately after.
Make sure you put enough water in the pan (including the stubborn walls) to cover the stains completely. Let it soak, scrub, and dry. That’s it!

Be careful about using steel wool or metal scouring pads because they will scratch your cookware.
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