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Until I found this I hated my life for spending $800 on my All-Clad stainless steel cookwares. They are impossible to clean. Only this works!!
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Great find! This also works to help boost subscribe and save items for a larger discount.
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Until I found this I hated my life for spending $800 on my All-Clad stainless steel cookwares. They are impossible to clean. Only this works!!
I too fell for all clad. I only use their pots and those just require soaking lol.

This seems like it will scratch up your pots and pans. Please check out barkeepers friend (powder form). That is the best cleaner for not only pots and pans but any rusts stains. I use this mainly for my cast iron.
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Until I found this I hated my life for spending $800 on my All-Clad stainless steel cookwares. They are impossible to clean. Only this works!!
you don't want to be using abrasive scrubbing pads or cleaners on stainless steel pans. They will scratch them and ruin the nonstick properties in the long run. You need to soak your pans in warm water and barkeepers friend
https://www.amazon.com/Bar-Keeper...publish-20
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I too fell for all clad. I only use their pots and those just require soaking lol.

This seems like it will scratch up your pots and pans. Please check out barkeepers friend (powder form). That is the best cleaner for not only pots and pans but any rusts stains. I use this mainly for my cast iron.
haha. I don't care about scratch. I just regret spending so much money on those useless pots and pans. FWIW, since then I mostly stopped using all-clad because of size. I cook bulk and found a perfect 3 ply winco (they call it Tri-gen iirc) 12 qt brazier. But these scrubs work on any stainless pots and pans extremely well (if you don't care about scratch that is).
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you don't want to be using abrasive scrubbing pads or cleaners on stainless steel pans. They will scratch them and ruin the nonstick properties in the long run. You need to soak your pans in warm water and barkeepers friend
https://www.amazon.com/Bar-Keeper...publish-20
FWIW, I have been using the for many months now. I didn't notice much change in amount of foods sticking.
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Until I found this I hated my life for spending $800 on my All-Clad stainless steel cookwares. They are impossible to clean. Only this works!!
Have you tried a small amount of hot water with a lot of soap and a stiff brush?

I do all kinds of searing and reductions on d3s and nothing that a hot tap and good soap can't handle.

All else fails use bar keepers friend, but I save that for monthly outside cleaning of the pots mostly now.
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Quote from FrugalAndRich :
FWIW, I have been using the for many months now. I didn't notice much change in amount of foods sticking.
Same here. I clean the inside with the scrubber but outside with sponge/dish soap/barkeeper.
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Can no one spell in this cuckdebate??? If you use more than one thing to clean a pot.. it's time for divorce 😂
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99c store has $1 for 2 Scotch-Brite Stainless Steel Scrubbers
Dollar Tree has $1 for 2 Scotch-Brite Copper coated scrubbers
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All-Clad does not recommend using stainless steel scrub pads such as these. Even if you can't see them, you are scratching the surface of your pans.

I have All-Clad copper core and use Barkeeps Friend. You can also put a little water in your pan and heat it up first to release what's stuck first.
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Better scrub hard to get those security deposits back kids!
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Until I found this I hated my life for spending $800 on my All-Clad stainless steel cookwares. They are impossible to clean. Only this works!!
You are not using your pans the right way. I've been using D5's for years. All you do is cook your food. Take your food off. Get the pan ripping hot (But not warp the pan hot) Add a little water, scrape with a wooden spatula. You are basically de-glazing the pan. That gets it 99% clean every time. Then you just finish it off with barkeepers friend in the sink.
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