Clean Pans with Baking Soda

Take this Louisiana reader's tip on how to eradicate burned-on food from your pots and pans by using baking soda.

| February/March 2013

  • Clean Greasy Skillets With Baking Soda
    Use baking soda to remove burned on food. 
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  • Clean Greasy Skillets With Baking Soda

Nothing is harder to remove from your pots and pans than baked- or burned-on food.

However, if you sprinkle baking soda over the area, add hot water and let it sit — wham, bam! — with just a little scrubbing, your pots will be clean again.

B.J. Gouedy 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 





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