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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.

Scored this for $15! Any tips for getting the remaining gunk off? Have already tried baking soda and barkeeper’s friend.

4 comments

  1. fusiformgyrus

    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.

  2. ThrowAwayTheBride

    Love the color 😍any idea what color that is?

  3. TableAvailable

    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.

  4. Silmeri

    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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