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For questions about cleaning kitchen equipment after use. Please also tag with type of equipment you're cleaning. Do not use for food preparation (washing produce, cleaning fish, etc), just use the tag for the food you're preparing

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For really tough stuff in Teflon-lined frying- and sauce-pans I use sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) and bring the pan to a boil. Because of the higher temperature, you can supersaturate the solution …
answered Aug 19 '15 by IconDaemon