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Stoneware Bar Pan question

amya

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Mar 10, 2005
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Does anyone else have this problem? The bottom of my Large Stoneware Bar Pan has some sort of "goo" on it. I think it comes fromwhen I put the pan on top of my stove after taking it out of the oven. The "goo" is only in the corner of the pan that was resting on the burner that the oven vents through. I have tried using the scraper on it and it just won't go away. I'm planning on using the bar pan at each of the shows I have booked for May, but I can't take it to a show with this stuff on it. Has anyone else seen something like this? Any suggestions on getting rid of the "goo?" I've had the bar pan for around a year now, so I'm not sure about exchanging it.
 

Chef Kearns

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Feb 8, 2005
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Try the baking soda and water paste on that spot. Make the paste then let it sit for about 20 minutes and rub off.

I hope that works for you!
 

pampered1224

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Apr 13, 2004
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Did you use a spray on it?

I found out that the baking sprays in a can will leave an odd residue that will eventually get gooey. Let us know what worked or whatever.
 

amya

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pampered1224 said:
I found out that the baking sprays in a can will leave an odd residue that will eventually get gooey. Let us know what worked or whatever.


I tried the baking soda paste several times and it just never worked. Finally I call HO and explained the issue and that I've only had the pan for about 1 year. They immediately sent me out a new bar pan. I LOVE PC!!!
 

soonerchef

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I have found that baking soda really only takes away a slight film on the stones but when I soak the pan in hot water that seems to work better for more gooey stuff.
 
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