Non-stick pans work well when you want to prepare foods without worrying about the foods cooking onto the pan itself. The pans are finished with a non-stick coating, but sometimes residue gets left behind that leaves the pans sticky. It is important to wash the pans immediately after use to prevent food residue from drying onto the pans.
Things You'll Need
- Dish soap
- White vinegar
- Sponge with nylon scrubbing pad
- Dish towel
Dip the pan into a sink of warm, soapy dish water and scrub with a sponge. Add 1 cup of vinegar to the water for heavily soiled pans.
Flip over to the scrubber side of the sponge to cut through thicker sticky residue and continue as needed until you remove all buildup.
Rinse the pan with clear warm water and towel dry.