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Question DetailsAsked on 8/20/2017

I gave my cheesecake a water bath in my roasting pan & now can't get the stain out

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Did it leak, or did the plastic bag melt and stick to the pan ? Or did the non-stick surface in the pan burn ?


I would check at cooking sites - but if just a stain (as opposed to burnt plastic) I would say a bleaching or good washing with an oxidizing cleaner would take care of it - or if bare metal pan scouring pad and asrasive scouring powder.


If burnt plastic, unless a bare metal pan which you can scour with abrasive scouring powder, I would not hold out great hopes. If you know the manufacturer I would send their customer service department an eMail describing exactly what happened and they may be able to help.


Otherwise, for a non-stick coated pan, while acetone or a paint remover might take it off, it might as well take off the coating too. Before using something as aggressive as those though, I would work up through the usual methods (any of which would certainly be followed by a couple of complete washings with normal dish soap to remove oils or chemical taste) - WD40, non-abrasive mechanics hand cleaner, bumper sticker remover in increasing aggressiveness.

Answered 1 year ago by LCD




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