Paderno frying pans come in a variety of types, from nonstick frying pans to carbon steel and cast-iron frying pans that can move from the stovetop to the oven. Leaving food in a Paderno frying pan is a sure-fire way to have a stuck-on food problem later. Cleaning the dirty pan before it rusts keeps your Paderno cookery looking good and working well.
Things You'll Need
- Mild dish soap
- Nonabrasive scrubber
Fill the sink with hot water and add 3 tbsp. of mild dish soap.
Place the Paderno frying pan into the water and allow it to soak for 10 to 15 minutes.
Scrub off the stuck-on food with a nonabrasive scrubber. If the food is still stuck, allow the pan to soak for 10 more minutes before scrubbing it again.
Rinse the Paderno frying pan in warm water.
Dry the pan with a towel.
- "Consumer Reports How to Clean and Care for Practically Anything"; Editors of Consumer Reports; 2002
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