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Great tips to remove burnt on food from stainless steel pots

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Great tips to remove burnt on food from stainless steel pots

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To make this amazing Great tips to remove burnt on food from stainless steel pots You’ll need the following ingredients:

To really get at those stubborn burned on messes, here are my secret weapons – dish soap this J.R. Watkins coconut dish soap smells AWESOME by the way!!, cream of tartar, baking soda, and an old credit card or rewards card yay! You finally have a use for that collection of reward cards!.  This method also works great on cookie sheets and other baking items as well.  All you need to do is combine equal parts cream of tartar and baking soda in the bottom of your pan, add a drop or two of dish soap, and add just enough hot water to make a runny paste that completely covers your burned areas.  Let soak for a few minutes and then scrub off with the credit card.  You can always use a Brillo pad or other scrub brush as well but I always find the credit card works best for me! 😉


So clean and shiny!

If you are cleaning areas like the bottom of a pot or top of a muffin tin, just make your paste a little thicker so you can still let it sit over your burnt areas.  Now hopefully that will save you a pot or two! 😉

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