10. Baking Soda 

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Baking soda is a great remedy for burnt pots —  and the best part is the fact that you probably already have some in your house. Grab a cup or so of baking soda and completely cover the bottom of the pot, then add a little bit of water (just enough to cover) and simmer for 20 minutes.

9. Vinegar 

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Vinegar is another staple household item that can be used to combat rough burned pots. Pour enough vinegar to cover the pot by about 1/2 inch, then simmer for 20 minutes. After about 15-25 minutes just rinse with cold water and the burned residue should come right off.
8. Fabric Softener 

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This may seem like an unusual solution, but a fabric softener sheet can help remedy a burned pot. Bring some water to a boil and add a single sheet of fabric softener. Turn the heat off and let soak for a few hours, then wash away the burned-on bits.
7. Dishwasher Detergent 

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Much like the fabric softener, your dishwasher tablets will help achieve the same sparkling result. Boil some water, throw in a tablet and let it dissolve. Once the water cools, you can simply rinse away the burned chunks.
6. Freezer

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This method requires the least amount of effort, so if you’re in a rush then give this a shot. Simply place your burned pot into the freezer for a few hours and allow the food-chunks to solidify. When frozen, burned food becomes much easier to remove.
5. Cola 

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Sugar-water may not be the best for your health, but it certainly does wonders when cleaning burned cookware. Just fill the pot with an inch or two of cola and let sit for several hours. When you come back to check on it, you’ll find the pot very easy to clean.
4. Ketchup

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Yes, you can use ketchup to combat offending pots. Pour a thick layer of ketchup (at least 1/4 inch) and let sit overnight. The acidic nature of tomatoes will help the burned food separate from the pot, making it incredibly easy to wash.

3. Cream of Tartar

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Mix two tablespoons of cream of tartar and a cup of water, then bring to a rolling boil. Remove the pot from heat and allow time to cool, then rinse and wash with soapy water.
2. Magic Erasers

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Magic erasers are truly magic when it comes to removing difficult burn stains from your cookware. Begin combating baked-on food by using a damp magic eraser sponge and a scrub of choice. It shouldn’t take too long until you begin to notice your stains disappearing. Just a heads up — don’t use this method on non-stick cookware or you run a risk of damaging your pots.
1. Hydrogen Peroxide 

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Much like with some other liquid ingredients on this list, you will need to simmer some hydrogen peroxide in your burned pot. Don’t leave it on the heat for too long, just enough for the peroxide to bubble up. Rinse with cold water and scrub with a brush — if some of the residue still remains, repeat the process and try again.