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How to Clean Gunk Off Nonstick Pans

by Jenny Harrington
Nonstick cookware has a coating, usually made of Teflon, that helps prevent food from sticking to the bottom of the pan or burning. However, if you heat oily foods to a high enough temperature, they can still adhere to the pan. Removing the baked-on gunk without damaging the coating is vital, as a p...
Claudia de la Roca
Claudia de la Roca • 2 years ago

How to Get Grease off a Nonstick Frying Pan

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