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HELP!! I scorched my Le Creuset...

The boiling baking soda method worked to remove the burnt on residue, but there were still stains. I used Oxiclean, one scoop in a few inches of water, then boiled for about half an hour. ALL the stains were gone . . . even the ones that had been there for years. My big dutch oven looks brand new inside and out. I hadn't seen Oxiclean mentioned anywhere, but use it for other stain removal, so gave it a try. I used it in the same way others suggested for baking soda, just substituted the Oxiclean for baking soda..

Nov 25, 2011
cbayly in Cookware

Cleaning enameled cast iron

The boiling baking soda method worked to remove the burnt on residue, but there were still stains. I used Oxiclean, one scoop in a few inches of water, then boiled for about half an hour. ALL the stains were gone . . . even the ones that had been there for years. My big dutch oven looks brand new inside and out.

Nov 25, 2011
cbayly in Cookware

Cleaning burned LeCreuset

The boiling baking soda method worked to remove the burnt on residue, but there were still stains. I used Oxiclean, one scoop in a few inches of water, then boiled for about half an hour. ALL the stains were gone . . . even the ones that had been there for years. My big dutch oven looks brand new inside and out. I hadn't seen Oxiclean mentioned anywhere, but use it for other stain removal, so gave it a try. I used it in the same way others suggested for baking soda, just substituted the Oxiclean for baking soda..

Nov 25, 2011
cbayly in Cookware