Introduction: Burned Food Pot Cleaning
It goes a bit like so:
You start making some quince marmelade or the likes, the phone rings, or someone knocks on the door. OR, you think you have just enough time to go to your computer and check the Instructables website.
You return to the kitchen and there you have it, right in front of you: burned marmelade.
You can scrub, use whatever chemicals you like, but the pot is good for scrap. Or is it?
Right, so here's what you'll need:
- 1 pot with burned, incrusted, food;
- 1 power drill
- 1 conical brass drill brush
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Place the pot on a mat or the like, and have someone to grab it for you. If you're on your own, try to hold it with your feet.
Start it all up and press firmly the dril, going all the way carefully. Remove the dust once in a while to check out for any incrusted food.
Clean it up with either steel wool for extra shine or basic sponge. Use a bit of dishwasher to make it nice and clean.
Try not to get distracted next time!