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  1. #1
    dnawalker
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    Default Help with removing "bottom-of-the-pot" gunk

    I will be moving to a "new-to-me" home which only has electricity. I

    currently have been cooking on a gas range for several years, so the

    bottom of my pots have accumulated "gunk" from the usage of gas. I do

    not want to scratch up the new stove with my old pots and pans. Does

    anyone have suggestions for taking all the "gunk" off? I have tried

    before but I have not been very successful.





    Thanks in advance for your suggestions,





    April








  2. #2
    Katherine Lassiter
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    Default Help with removing "bottom-of-the-pot" gunk



    <FONT face="comic sans ms" color="#007f7f" size="3">


    <FONT face="Comic Sans MS" color="#007f7f" size="3"> Oven cleaner worked for me.


    <FONT face="Comic Sans MS" color="#007f7f" size="3">


    <FONT face="Comic Sans MS" color="#007f7f" size="3">Kathy








  3. #3
    Ann Garner
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    Default Help with removing "bottom-of-the-pot" gunk

    Oven cleaner. If you don't want to use the spray type, try amonia.

    Ann in Arkansas



    Does

    >anyone have suggestions for taking all the "gunk" off? I have tried

    >before but I have not been very successful.










  4. #4
    dnawalker
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    Default Help with removing "bottom-of-the-pot" gunk

    Thanks Ann! I never thought of oven cleaner, although I use it with my

    gas oven. Go figure.





    April







    Posted by: "Ann Garner"

    Oven cleaner. If you don't want to use the spray type, try amonia.


    Ann in Arkansas






  5. #5
    katrina schumann
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    Default Help with removing "bottom-of-the-pot" gunk

    baking soda & salt solution; make a paste using little water; let sit, then

    scrub!



    --- On Mon, 7/7/08, dnawalker <dnawalker1@knology.net> wrote:



    From: dnawalker

    Date: Monday, July 7, 2008, 9:22 PM

    Does

    anyone have suggestions for taking all the "gunk" off? I have tried

    before but I have not been very successful.






































  6. #6
    cmboyd_1999
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    Default Help with removing "bottom-of-the-pot" gunk

    Baking Soda and Viniger



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, Katherine Lassiter

    <khlassiter57@...> wrote:

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    >

    > Oven cleaner worked for me.

    >

    > Kathy

    >










  7. #7
    Ann Garner
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    Default Help with removing "bottom-of-the-pot" gunk

    At 10:16 AM 7/8/2008, you wrote:

    >Thanks Ann! I never thought of oven cleaner, although I use it with my

    >gas oven. Go figure.

    lol--you're welcome. This is a good example of "think outside the

    box". Or is that think outside the oven?



    Ann in Arkansas










  8. #8
    aardvark
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    Default Help with removing "bottom-of-the-pot" gunk

    from my loverly chief pot washer (and DH) soak in hot soapy water for

    a long time then plenty of Bar Keeper's Friend, sponge and elbow

    grease if it cannot be SOS'd.



    aardvark








 

 
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