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Soak the pan in a paste made of water and Barkeepers Friend powder....there is a chemical in the powder that will make fast work of it.
This thread has come at just the right time for me. Was cooking corned meat last night and forgot about it. The meat is still edible but the pot is a mess. Have it soaking with salt & lots of vinegar. if that won't work I'll try some of the methods suggested here. Thank you all for your suggestions. Love this board and all the helpful members.
I've done this many times. Use Bar Keepers Friend, found by the Ajax and Comet cleaners in the grocery store. Scrub with a scouring side of a sponge. It comes off.
Creative clutter is better than idle neatness.
I think, whatever method you use, you need to let it sit for a day or two to work.
Better to do something imperfectly, than nothing perfectly.
Done is better than perfect.
Cream of Tartar is an Old Timer fix and really does work. Just not sure of the measurements.....anyone know?
There is some stuff that beer makers use to soak the bottles in and take the labels off, it is called Straight A and it took the stuff off my burned pot like magic
Everything important in my life, like naps, I learned from my dog.
How about putting some paper towels with ammonia in it and letting it sit. I know it works for ovens