How to Clean Baked-On Grease From a Teflon Pan
"My Teflon pan's coating is "carbonized" -- according to what I am reading on a website. Will Stain Solver get rid of that "cooked-on oil" -- probably from using spray PAM.
I absolutely LOVE Stain Solver. I have bought it several times and keep giving it away -- Friends and Family now know what I'm talking about when I say what a miracle cleaner it is!"
Carol Nelson of Livonia, MI
Here are the step-by-step directions for cleaning the Teflon pan.
Mix up just a small amount of Stain Solver to do a test. It's always best to test Stain Solver on coatings like Teflon or other non-stick cooking surfaces.
Just mix 4 ounces of solution using the instructions here. Use HOT tap water.
Make sure the Stain Solver powder is completely dissolved.
Take a tablespoon of the Stain Solver solution, once dissolved, and pour it in one spot in the pan on a level surface. It should stay in a big droplet area hopefully and not spread out.
Leave it there for two or three hours.
Come back and RUB that area only with a SPONGE to see what happens.
Please take a Before and AFTER photos and send to us showing your success!