I recently scorched a big soup pot so badly I almost threw it out. Even after soaking overnight, the crusty gunk wouldn't budge. I tossed the question out to my friends on Twitter, and I received several good tips. Many people said they use spray-on oven cleaner, which wasn't especially helpful, since it assumes there has ever been a single moment in my life in which I have cleaned an oven (I haven't. My general oven-cleaning philosophy is that you should just gunk it up really well for five or six years and then move).
I pulled together a few of the pot-cleaning tips and tried my own method, filling the pan with about two inches of water and a generous amount of dishwashing liquid mixed in. Then I brought the soap and water mixture it to a boil on the stove top, and would you believe that with only a few scrubs, the gunk came right off? I've since tried it several times, with the same results every time. Works for me!
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