Getting gunk off the bottom of pan

We use a dish soap called Reeva.We get it at Aldi's.We found out about it at Christmas.My family was part of the clean up crew for our towns Christmas dinner.We had alot of dishes.Alot of stuck on food.This dish soap did really great at getting the food off.I've never had any other soap

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    Christine
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    Default Getting gunk off the bottom of pan

    We use a dish soap called Reeva.We get it at Aldi's.We found out about

    it at Christmas.My family was part of the clean up crew for our towns

    Christmas dinner.We had alot of dishes.Alot of stuck on food.This dish

    soap did really great at getting the food off.I've never had any other

    soap do this.Use Reeva and a steel wool pad or a simmilar pad and a

    little muscle.All our dishes came out clean.Sometimes you have to let

    it soak for a little bit,But it should work.





    mamanick









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    Carole Scandrol
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    Default Getting gunk off the bottom of pan

    If you are talking about the outside bottom of your pans, I found this

    TERRIFIC STUFF! It's called "Sokoff". I bought mine online at

    www.mileskimball.com It was $14.99 for one pint, but the shipping was

    free.



    It's a thick liquid that looks like paint remover. All you do is paint

    the stuff on fairly thick, and let it sit! They tell you to let it sit

    for 15 minutes to 8 hours depending on how thick the buildup is, then

    wash it off under cold water. You can also leave it sit over night if

    that's more convenient. I have a nice set of polished stainless steel

    cookware that I keep hanging out in the open in the kitchen. The

    bottoms of the frequently used ones had become almost black, and I have

    tried steel wool, cleanser, and several other things to clean them up

    and I jjust don't have the arm muscle power anymore. This new stuff

    worked like a charm. I did all5 pans at one time. I spread newspapers

    on the counter, turned the pans upside down and painted the stuff on.

    I let them sit overnight, and the next morning, I rinsed it off, and

    all the burned on carbon stuff washed right off!



    On the can it says it's safe to use onall metal, brick & glass

    surfaces. I'm THRILLED!



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Christine" <mamanick@...> wrote:

    >

    > We use a dish soap called Reeva.We get it at Aldi's.We found out

    about

    > it at Christmas.My family was part of the clean up crew for our towns

    > Christmas dinner.We had alot of dishes.Alot of stuck on food.This

    dish

    > soap did really great at getting the food off.I've never had any

    other

    > soap do this.Use Reeva and a steel wool pad or a simmilar pad and a

    > little muscle.All our dishes came out clean.Sometimes you have to let

    > it soak for a little bit,But it should work.

    >

    >

    > mamanick

    >










 

 

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