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How to Remove Burn Stains From Stainless Steel Pots

by Mel Frank
Stainless steel pots, as with any other type of cooking pot or pan, regularly accumulate stains when foods burn onto the bottom and sides of the pot. While the stainless steel surface for the most part is simple to maintain, when it gets burn stains on it it needs to be cleaned more thoroughly to be...

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