I got to clean this pan!
I picked this pan up at a flea market. It's a very heavy good quality one. I need help in finding some product/tip that will actually remove the baked on food off. I have tried just about everything I can think of in the past to remove baked on foods. Including multiple applications of oven cleaner for instance. Nothing really works so far.
Any help is gratefully appreciated.
Looking at the pan and realizing this is the outside, you are NOT lookig at baked on food. You are looking at BURN from the stove, cooktop, outdoor fire, etc.
BTW>>>a tip learned in Boy Scouts 50 years ago. If you are going to put a pan or pot on a grate over an open fire, coat the outside with liquid dishwashing soap to make cleaning easier and avoid the burn.
I have dealt with this in the past, and nothing but a long seesion with steel wool and elbow grease will get the burn off.
This looks like a 18 count box of Brillo job.
Years ago, I experimented with a polishing disc on a Dremel tool, but it thinned out areas of the pot and made it unsuitable for even cooking. Steel Wool will not do this.
The pan looks like sheet pans after my kids have used them repeatedly for cookie baking and not cleaned them after each use. The pan will clean...................