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How do I clean the bottom of my executive pans?

snugbug

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Feb 1, 2006
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The bottoms look just nasty and it won't come off! Anywhere that there may have been food on my flat top stove or spilled food while cooking that got between the double burner griddle and the cook top has left marks on the pan that won't come off. I'm not sure what I can do to get them off since the rest of it is so easy clean and I don't want to damage the pan

Any tips?

Sarah
 

Shawnna

Senior Member
Gold Member
Feb 2, 2005
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I don't have that set, but for my others I use a plastic scratch pad. I have never had to use any cleaner other than soap. But, what about something like softscrub or maybe that cleaner for stainless steel stovetops. Aren't they for surfaces you don't want to scratch? Anyone have any tips?
 

pcjeanie

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Mar 13, 2006
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Have you tried baking soda? I haven't, but it's a great cleaner. I'm not sure if it would scratch it or not, but you may want to try a little.

Jeanie
 

cat

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Jan 1, 2006
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pcjeanie said:
Have you tried baking soda? I haven't, but it's a great cleaner. I'm not sure if it would scratch it or not, but you may want to try a little.

Jeanie

Yes, it works! It is the recommended cleaner for the Executive pans. Use a baking soda paste (1/2 cup baking soda with 3 tbsp water). Apply to bottom of pan, let stand 15-20 minutes. Wipe off excess paste, rinse and towel dry.
 

snugbug

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Feb 1, 2006
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Thank you- I will try this! The pans work GREAT but I wouldn't feel comfortable taking this one to a show in this state. And I want these to look and perform beautifully for a lifetime- it will be fantastic if the baking soda works for me

Sarah
 
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