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Thread: Not a Recipe, But Need Help With Burned Pot

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    Super Member GailG's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by pcraddock View Post
    the baking soda trick should work , after you remove from heat let the pot sit til it cools down , usually will loosen right up. good luck
    I do the same except I use cream of tartar. Let it boil for a while and then leave covered to cool.
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    dawn extra dish soup, the blue one, put it with a bit of water soak it for at least an hour (dawn usually works within 5 minutes) and if that doest get it off.. you might want a new pot
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    Discovered that after having done the boiling dish soap trick - a heavy layer of baking soda, then dump vinegar on top. Do outside, it makes a mess!

    Nephew and I were working out how much of both to use to make a science fair volcano, and I was using the old, couldn't clean out, may as well trash it pot to contain some of the mess. We'd gotten out the volcano amount sorted, then because he's 7 and I'm not exactly mature either, we dumped the last of the box in, then poured the vinegar over top.

    Hilariously funny mess, and a clean pot.

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    Not sure but I have heard putting coca cola in and letting it soak helps -- after all it cleans coins so they gleam like gold !!!! Letty

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    Try oven cleaner. Heat pot and spray with oven cleaner, let set then wipe out and do again. Always works for me
    Patti

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