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How can I save my good saucepan. The inside is charred!


I let a pot boil dry, and now the inside is all charred. It is white porcelain on the inside. Can it be saved?

 

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    Mary Hyatt (mary615) 4 years ago

    Thanks, but I did that one first!

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    Mary Hyatt (mary615) 4 years ago

    I've tried bleach, but not bleach and Dawn. I'll try that. Thanks.

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    Mary Hyatt (mary615) 4 years ago

    I've tried soaking the pan in baking soda, vinegar, ammonia, (not at the same time, of course), I tried leaving it out in the sun, I tried the dryer sheets. Nothing works. I may have ruined my favorite saucepan!

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    Pippinscurse 4 years ago

    Im not sure about ceramic but try putting it in the hot sun(empty) for a day or two? It works on my saucepans.

    Good luck.