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how do I clean the black off the outside of my Le Cruset? Answered

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mole1

10 years ago

Ive had good luck getting the black off pyrex using baking soda (dry) on a damp sponge.... kind of like using cleanser. Put a table spoon of soda on the counter, dip your well wrung out sponge into it. Then rub hard on the black stuff. You don't want to dissolve the soda... you want a kind of dry-ish sludge. It's 'gritty' enough to kind of knock or scrape off the burned stuff, but doesn't scratch the glass. Enamel is a kind of glass.

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Joe Martin

10 years ago

Washing up liquld, cloth and elbow grease. Don't even think about using anything metal or not soft as you may damage the enamel and rust the iron unernieth, ruining the pan.

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lemonie

10 years ago

Is this a natural iron finish, or enamel? (something aggressively abrasive either way) L