Happy Friday friends! Today I am sharing another 5-Minute Friday tip on How to Clean a Burnt Pan. These are posts intended to be simple tips that can be done in about 5 minutes. Over the past couple weeks, I’ve been tackling a cabinet, drawer or area of the house every day. This is not something I am blocking my calendar for, but just working my way through the house organizing and purging. It feel great to make a difference just by chipping away at it!
One of these cabinets I tackled was my pots and pans in the kitchen. I remember 12 years ago when I was a young bride and had the most amazing sparkling clean pots and pans…
Fast forward 12 years. My entire set of stainless steel pans were DISGUSTING. So gross that I had pretty much stopped using them. So it was either time to throw them away or clean them. Of course I wouldn’t throw away perfectly good pans that just needed to be cleaned so I set out to figure out how to really clean them.
Are you ready for this? ughhhhhhhh….
Sure, they were “clean”. As in I had run them through the dishwasher. I had even attempted the SOS wool pads. But the grease and grime were so burnt on that it was all futile.
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But then I found the secret weapon on How to Clean a Burnt Pan- Bar Keepers Friend. This stuff works to clean stainless steel, copper, rust or even dingy hardware. It definitely worked on my stainless steel pots!
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It took some elbow grease but with a little soaking and scrubbing these babies are almost as good as new.
Not going to lie, I have been shining up everything I can find in my house. Now I just wish I had tried using Bar Keepers Friend sooner!
I hope I sparked you to take a look at something you have chosen to ignore (for years) and just do something about it. Maybe its your pots & pans, maybe its your spice cabinet, maybe it’s the Tupperware that doesn’t have a matching lid.
Find something today and just adult already. 🙂