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Shiny Pan.


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For those wondering, How did I do it?":
I boiled about a litre of water, and 2 tablespoons of vinegar, a teaspoon of sodium bicarbonate, two cups of coke and half cup of lemon juice then stirred well .
Waited 3 minutes, put the pan in the solution for 40 minutes, then added a table spoon of bleach.
Then I brushed it with a firm toothbrush and put it back into the liquid for another half hour.
I took it out, rinsed it and it looked exactly the same, so I threw it away and went out and bought a new one...


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Very good.



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Good one, you had me going :)

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Is that the one you cooked the Himalayan Rabbit In ?

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 Diluted Molasses should have done the trick.  I can't remember the correct Ratio of Molasses to water, but if you know any old Sailors, ask one of them.  I learned that trick, when living on Cape York, over 30 years ago.  Works really well on Cast Iron Stoves, and rusty Tools etc.

 

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You did not fool me. Possum biggrinbiggrinbiggrin

I could see that they were different pans

The old one has the handle on its side, while the new one has its handle on the bottom

LOL biggrinbiggrinbiggrin



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'Nice one centurion'  



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Patience, leave vinegar in overnight.



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Possum3 wrote:

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For those wondering, How did I do it?":
I boiled about a litre of water, and 2 tablespoons of vinegar, a teaspoon of sodium bicarbonate, two cups of coke and half cup of lemon juice then stirred well .
Waited 3 minutes, put the pan in the solution for 40 minutes, then added a table spoon of bleach.
Then I brushed it with a firm toothbrush and put it back into the liquid for another half hour.
I took it out, rinsed it and it looked exactly the same, so I threw it away and went out and bought a new one...

 Sounds a bit like those sure fire mould removal recipes.  I've tried them all. 



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There is a video showing exactly the same thing. the bloke goes thru the rocess of scrubbing and then chucks it in the bin and gets the new one out of the box

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Yep! Elbow grease, patience or a nearby camping store are the best options.
The "Martha Stewarts" in the world have a heap of ideas. I sometimes soak mine in a warm bath of sodium percarbonate (also doubles as laundry powder!). Leave it for an hour and it makes it easier to clean - but!!.... still requires a bit of work.

Sodium percarbonate is kinder to the environment as it breaks down without the nasties.



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Two Aldi denture cleaning tablets in the pan overnight, brilliant white next morning.



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