how to clean sticky teflon pan?
I burnt something on my teflon pan by mistake, now it`s very sticky and black because the food is burnt.
Can somebody advise me how to clean it? Pls, don`t give silly answer like throw it to the garbage. since nowaday is recession i don`t like to throw anything if i can still fix it. thx
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Use Mr Muscle oven cleaner spray. Kepp it for a while then scrub with a soft sponge. Depending how bad it is, you may have to do it a couple of more times. I've done it and it worked. good luck!!
to save time, rather than soaking it for 2 days, put water in it, let it boil then they'll automatically come off the pan. you may now wash it using just a foam...
If nothing sticks to teflon... How doses teflon stick to a pan in the first place???
The trick Chefs use to clean their frying pans is to put a lot of salt in it. Heat the pan and then throw the salt and wipe the pan. You might try that.
You can go to Giant Stores, electronic sectin upstairs, and you will find a steam cleaner pot for 90/Riyals, this will oust all stains without spoiling the your pan in minutes, and tool can be used multy purpose even for ironing the cloth and it is hand and strongly built. This is the scientifc way of cleaning pot.
There is another idea is take some water and just boil it on the stove till stai gets loosened and using the sponge you can remove by the support of LUX liquid dish washer.
Any third methode if u use it, means you will spoil your
wonderfull pot and its original coating so dont do it baby. Good luck. and ask again for further technologies if you still need any.
soaking with detergent soap was ok but u just used foam to clean it to avoid the scratch,and only inside the food burnt with ur teflon pan.just boiled it atleast almost half water just 5 minutes boiling with the water u can clean it..next time adjust ur fire to avoid food burning...
Hi, just soak you teflon in a warmth water with powder detergent solution for 2 days. you will notice that the black burnt food will automatically be detached from your teflon.
Try it... i usually doing it!