by Lee Wyatt
(last updated April 11, 2011)
Everyone has seen those nasty stains that are left behind when you burn something in a pot or pan. Typically, the absolute worst thing that you can do when dealing with this type of stain is to wait. Cleaning burn stains while cooking doesn't need to be a difficult process, and can help prevent those burn stains from actually setting into the cooking ware. Most of the methods that are listed here will use products that you already have on hand, so it wont' require you to spend a lot of money to go out and get anything new.
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