Method 1 : Baking Soda, Tin Foil
Baking soda, a mild abrasive, seemed like a good place for a start. It was more than a sponge that was needed for the burnt pot. We mixed warm water with baking soda to make a paste and began scrubbing the pot with aluminum foil, also known as tin foil.
This Method Is Not Recommended For Non-stick Pans.
It will remove the nonstick coating. This worked quickly and most of the rice was removed from the bottom of ours pan. If there were still a few pieces that wouldn’t move, you can try another way.
Method 2 : Dryer Sheet to Clean a Pot Burnt
You can lay a dryer sheet on the bottom of your burnt pan and cover it with water. After the water had boiled, you can used a wooden spoon to scrape the dryer sheet off the burnt rice.
The dryer sheet was able to release the last little bits. Your pot will look like new after you removed all residue from the dryer sheets.
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The bottom of the burnt pan can also be cleaned with WPG Sander LITE Mutifuction Polishing Scrubber, which will be easier and less labor-intensive!
If you are concerned about scratches on the inside of the Pot, you can choose to use the No-Scratch Scour Pad.
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