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Scored this for $15! Any tips for getting the remaining gunk off? Have already tried baking soda and barkeeper’s friend.
for outside, you can let it soak in white vinegar if barkeeper’s friend didn’t work. As a last resort, you can use Easy Off blue can, and if that also fails, Easy Off yellow can.
For inside, is that actually black enamel? I did have a similar pan in the past that looked like black enamel but was actually non-stick coating. If that’s the case, there’s really not much you can do.
If it is black enamel, white vinegar should also help there.
Love the color 😍any idea what color that is?
Honestly, I recommend lye based oven cleaner (yellow cap EasyOff) wear gloves, take it outside and spray the whole thing, then wrap it in a garbage bag overnight. In the morning wash it well.
Hello, for mine I boil baking soda with water for a couple minutes. Le Creuset has this tip in their YouTube channel. Lifted all the stains so easily! I have a white enameled pot! 😄 hope it helps.
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