In this post, you will learn how to remove baked on grease and food stains from your aluminum, ceramic and glass bakeware to make them look good as new.

Before you decide to throw away your favorite cooking pans, keep scrolling below to check out these awesome tips on how to clean them fast.


How to Clean Your Ruined Pots and Pans

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1. Use baking soda, cream of tartar and dish soap to remove burnt food in your pots and pans. 

Use baking soda, cream of tartar and dish detergent to remove burnt food from your stainless steel pots and pans.

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Use a few drops of dish soap as well as equal parts of cream of tartar and baking soda then add hot water to make a runny paste. Let this mixture sit for a few minutes then use a credit card or Brillo pad to scrub the burnt food off. Works like magic!

2. For a no scrub method, boil a pot of lemons in your ruined pan. 

Fill burnt pan with water and chopped lemons. Bring to a boil for a few minutes. Rinse out burnt food without having to scrub. Love this!

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Fill your burnt pot with water and chopped lemons. Bring to a boil until you can see burnt specs floating in water. Turn off and let cool. Rinse out pot and all burnt food should be gone.

3. Use ammonia to remove burnt on grease on the bottom of your pans. 

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Fill a plastic bag with a cup of ammonia. Place pan with burnt grease into bag and let soak overnight outside. Remove pan and rinse or light scrub pan  with warm, soapy water.

4. Clean your slow cooker using water, white vinegar and baking soda. 

Clean your crock pot easily: Fill with water and a cup of vinegar. Add a few spoons of baking soda. Let sit for a few minutes or overnight. RInse out mixture and voila!

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Fill slow cooker with water and a cup of vinegar. Add a few teaspoons of baking soda waiting between spoonfuls to let the bubbles die down. Turn on slow cooker to low setting for 4 hours. Turn off, then let mixture cool down or sit overnight. Rinse with cool water.

5. Clean baked on grease on your cookie sheet using baking soda and hydrogen peroxide. 

Spray hydrogen peroxide on the baked on grease stains on your cookie sheet. Sprinkle with baking soda. Let mixture sit for a few hours and scrub away with brush.

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Sprinkle baked on grease stains with baking soda. Spray with hydrogen peroxide. Sprinkle another layer of baking soda and let sit for a few aways. Scrub away mixture with a brush or Brillo pad. 

6. Clean a rusty cast iron skillet with salt, oil and a damp cloth.

To clean your cast iron skillet, dip a damp cloth into a bowl of kosher salt to scrub off the rust. Rinse and dry. Next rub your skillet with cooking oil and bake face down in the oven for an hour at 350 degrees. Let cool down and your skillet will look good as new!

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Dip a damp cloth into a bowl of kosher table salt. Scrub the rust from your skillet and rinse with cool water. Next rub your skillet with cooking oil and place in your oven face down for an hour at 350 degrees. (Remember to put tin foil at the bottom of your oven to catch and grease!) Let cool down and your skillet should look good as new!

7. For baked on grease on your glass bakeware, use a Magic Eraser.

A Magic Eraer works wonders when cleaning baked on grease from your glass dishes and bakeware. Must try!

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A simple Magic Eraser is a go to cleaning product that will work wonders to remove baked on grease stains on your glass dishes and bakeware. It’s a must try! For more Magic Eraser cleaning hacks click here. 


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