This is the Best Way to Clean Your Burnt Pots and Pans

This easy method combines two simple ingredients to get your cookware sparkling like new again.

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You are never too experienced to scorch a pan. Even after decades of cooking for our family, we still manage to burn cookware every once in a while. But that doesn't mean we need to replace our favorite pots and pans frequently! We found great advice from Melissa Maker at Clean My Space who shows us how to get the tough burns out and restore the shine our stainless steel pots and pans to brand new. Check out her fool-proof method below:

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First, squirt a bit of dish soap into the scorched pan. This will help attack the grease.

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Next, add baking soda and water to the pan. Check out Melissa's video for exact measurements.

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Let the pan simmer on high for several minutes. While you relax and wait, the baking soda is hard at work loosening the burnt bits.

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To see the final step, head on over to Clean My Space. There, Melissa shows you just how effective this cleaning hack is and even includes tips on cleaning casserole dishes and copper cookware. 

We are so excited to have our favorite pots and pans back to their original, shiny state. Thanks for the tip, Melissa! 

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