Yes, the pot did survive


Yes my friends - Swiss stainless steel triumphs over food disaster! Here is a picture of the pot that got a little bit singed a few days ago.

It had to be soaked for about 4 days, and scrubbed a few times to get all the black bits off, but it's as good as new now and back in regular rotation.

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Yes, the pot did survive

wow! That is stellar!! I did the pot burning trick again the other day- note to self, buy an egg timer.

Riana | 7 February, 2006 - 13:23

Yes, the pot did survive

Yep, in my case I think I need a timer around my neck. :P

maki | 8 February, 2006 - 07:20

Yes, the pot did survive

A trick to get it clean faster:

Heavily coat the mess with baking soda paste. Let it sit an hour or so. You can usually just rinse the entire mess out. For that bad of a mess you might have to do it a couple of times.

Silvercat | 2 September, 2006 - 22:50

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