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burnt jam pan....

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bea Tue 28-Aug-07 14:47:20

sad... making raspberry jam and got a little carried away at the boiling point and now have a very burnt bottom! (so to say!)

please restore my lovely pan to new mumsnetters!!!!!!???

alycat Tue 28-Aug-07 14:54:58

I have had this problem too, I don't think my sugar was properly dissovled when I boiled!

I will be watching closely for answers...

Furball Tue 28-Aug-07 15:22:26

I would put very warm water in and some dishwasher detergent, swish it round abit and leave for a few hours. Or try something like soda crystals, if no dishwasher stuff.

Slubberdegullion Tue 28-Aug-07 15:27:40

I read somewhere that a tablet of biological washing powder in some water and left overnight is a good way to lift off burnt stuff. Not sure if it is specific to jam however.

nailpolish Tue 28-Aug-07 15:30:52

i would try biological washing powder too, ala kim and aggie

or fairy power spray?

Pixiefish Tue 28-Aug-07 15:40:27

Where do i get a jam pan from?

Slubberdegullion Tue 28-Aug-07 15:42:10

Lakeland do them Pixiefish

bea Tue 28-Aug-07 16:47:25

thanks all... i've heard the washing powder tablet one before and have tried that.. although it is a nin biological one... damn those children and their sensitive skins!!!!

it's coming off though...

if it doesn't work i'll be out ater getting biological!!!

KTeePee Tue 28-Aug-07 16:48:55

Fabric conditioner works too...

bea Tue 28-Aug-07 17:01:49

aha! fabric conditioner i do have !!!

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