Learn how to clean a badly burnt pan in 10 minutes or less with no harsh chemicals or heat.
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If you’ve ever cooked anything, chances are really high you’ve burnt a pan or two in your life. For me, it seems to occur a little more than I’d like to admit. Hahaha. But I’ve got great news. Yes, you can save a badly burnt pot from being sent to the landfills. No, you do not need to use vinegar and baking soda nor any harsh chemicals to clean a burnt pot. You don’t even need to apply heat to clean the pots. All you will need is this simple powerful cleaning device: the Dremel Versa
The Dremel Versa is a cordless power scrubber for indoor and outdoor cleaning applications. It’s waterproof and has a growing number of drill-like attachments that can perform various cleaning applications, like effortlessly cleaning a badly burnt pot or saucepan.
Here’s What You’ll Need
Here’s What You Do
The before and after really is remarkable. Before the Versa, I would have just tossed the pot and said I’ll do better next time. SMH.
Use Dremel Versa Power Cleaner Non-Scratch Replacement Pad attachment instead. You’ll get the same results. It’s a general-purpose scouring pad for tough jobs without scratching.
So if you find yourself with another burnt pan or pot and you ask yourself, ‘Is a burnt pan ruined? ‘ The answer is nope. A burnt pot can be saved, absolutely! All you need is the Dremel Versa cleaning tool with a scouring pad. Oh and just so you know it, I don’t even have to soak the pan.
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