MYTH #11: Burned-on food cannot be removed from a nonstick pan.

In most cases, you can remove burned-on food by soaking the nonstick pan in hot, soapy water. Then wash the pan as usual.

If this doesn't work, soak the pan again for a longer period, changing the hot, soapy water periodically.

If this fails, try a good coffee cleaner (such as Dip-ItŪ, sold in the USA) and follow the manufacturer's instructions.
 
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MYTH #11: Burned-on food cannot be removed from a nonstick pan.

In most cases, you can remove burned-on food by soaking the nonstick pan in hot, soapy water. Then wash the pan as usual.

If this doesn't work, soak the pan again for a longer period, changing the hot, soapy water periodically.

If this fails, try a good coffee cleaner (such as Dip-ItŪ, sold in the USA) and follow the manufacturer's instructions.

 

 

 
 
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