I put a little dishwashing detergent in the pan, add hot water to cover the burn, and let it rest overnight on the counter. In the morning, some of the charred material has been loosened enough to scrape it off with a spatula. Keep doing that until it all becomes soft enough to scrub out with a Nylon pad. I may take two or three soakings.
Hi. I answered this in the wrong spot a few days ago. I'm not sure about porcelain but I put my burnt pots in the hot sun for a few days and it lifts the caked on mess quite well. Or possibly bicarb soda mixed with water and boil it a few times? Good luck.
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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