Nonstick Cookware Stain Remover

Total Time
15mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 10 mins

Have you ever got something baked hard on your Nonstick cookware? Here is a way to possibly get it off that pan without scratching the surface!

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Boil this mixture in the affected cookware for 10 minutes.
  2. Re-season the cookware with salad oil.

Reviews

(6)
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Works reasonably well although I have one pot that may have been too much for it. But even with this pot it certainly came up better post treatment than it was before.

Missy Wombat January 31, 2004

What a wonderful recipe! I used this on my non-stick wok(that looked gross, but wouldn't come clean) and now it looks brand new! I can't believe how easy this was and how great it worked. Thanks for a great recipe, Tish, I will definitely be using this one again!

~cbw~ November 23, 2003

This works like a charm!!! I used this on one of the utensils, i.e., a grater, belonging to my AMC Cookware. That grater is also a kind of stand on which I keep my baking tin and bake all my cakes in the AMC Dutch Oven. This grater is made of the finest grade of stainless steel(surgical steel). No matter how much I clean it with regular dish washing liquid(Lux liquid), it doesn't get that sparkling shine I always desire every pot and pan in my kitchen to have. However, after using this treatment today afternoon on this grater-cum-stand, it is not just the cleanest, but the BRIGHTEST object in my kitchen! This is a wonderful recipe every household must have! Thank you so much for sharing!

Charishma_Ramchandani October 26, 2003

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