Did you know that in most cases, non-stick pans stop performing not because of an issue with the non-stick, but due to a build up of oil and residue in the pan? It could explain why your food was gliding out of your non-stick pan just months ago, but now it seems that no matter what you do, it’s sticking.
Food or oil residue can quickly build up on your pan, stopping the non-stick from being as effective. Spray oils in particular are a non-stick no-no, as the tiny particles burn quickly on to the pan, where they build up and are difficult to clean off.
Luckily, with a good clean, your non-stick can likely be returned to brand new condition. If you use the below cleaning methods from the moment you unwrap your new pan, your non-stick will last you for years to come.
How do I clean my pan?
yield: 1 BIG BATCH OF PLAYDOUGH
prep time: 5 MINUTES
active time: 5 MINUTES
cooling time: 10 MINUTES
total time: 20 MINUTES
estimated cost: $5
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