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whatever17 Wed 05-Oct-11 17:42:47

I burned some beans in a pan and despite going through the dishwasher several times it is still a bit gross. What about Coke? Do you just put coke in the pan or boil the coke?

brighthair Wed 05-Oct-11 18:11:13

V hot water and a scoop of bio washing powder works for me. Just pour in and let it soak

Tangle Wed 05-Oct-11 19:59:53

Or simmer it for a while with some sodium bicarb - maybe a tbsp in enough water it won't boil dry (and covers the burnt bits).

Deflatedballoonbelly Wed 05-Oct-11 20:00:16

What brighthair said. With bells on.

roguepixie Wed 05-Oct-11 20:02:43

Soda crystals and boiling hot water, then let it soak overnight. Failing that ... what brighthair said - bio washing powder.

whatever17 Wed 05-Oct-11 20:08:36

what about the coke thing? Is that pants?

Tangle Wed 05-Oct-11 20:15:28

Never tried it, but it is pretty acidic so might help. If I wanted to give it a whirl I'd probably leave it to soak for a few hours and then prod the burns and see if they're shifting - if not then heat it up and see what happens. If the saucepan's trashed as is you're not going to loose anything...

Seona1973 Wed 05-Oct-11 20:30:51

I use astonish household paste on burnt pans and it works great.

whatever17 Wed 05-Oct-11 23:49:18

soaking it in coke now - will see tmw!

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