Every once in a while, you may happen to overdo your efforts when cooking and you can end up with a scorched saucepan. Aside from the obviously ruined meal, now you have to also deal with burnt-on grease and waste even more time in the kitchen.
What most people do in this situation is start scrubbing as aggressively as they can to remove the burnt food. While sometimes it works, most of the time it doesn’t. Fortunately, there are easier ways which also don’t require as much elbow grease.
Have a brand new pan which you, unfortunately, managed to scorch
Have tried soaking the burnt pan with water and soap, but got mixed results
Have tried boiling with dishwashing powder and water, but still got mixed results
If you think this task and many like it are too time-consuming and tiresome, then why not let Fantastic Services help you? The technicians we work with are all trained and very experienced in the field of domestic cleaning. They also bring their own detergents and tools to tackle even the nastiest cleaning job.
Warm up your saucepan after filling it either with white vinegar, or water mixed with baking soda and dishwashing liquid.
Use a brush to clean your pans and not a scourer because it might damage their non-stick surface.
Clean your sink afterwards.
Do you have your own methods on how to clean burnt pans? Share with us in the comment section.