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Calphalon Chef Pan


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Barkeeper's Friend and elbow grease, I'm afraid.  I'd ordinarily recommend oven cleaner, but that's not good for anodized aluminum.

Dawn Power Dissolver. Spray it on and let it sit awhile before scrubbing. I used it to remove about 50 years of crud from an antique cast iron cook stove. Worked like a charm. Don't get the Dawn dishwashing foam; it's a different product.

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Barkeeper's Friend and elbow grease, I'm afraid.  I'd ordinarily recommend oven cleaner, but that's not good for anodized aluminum.

What would ammonia do to anodized aluminum?

If you enclose greasy stainless in a plastic bag with some ammonia overnight, the fumes will soften all the grease to make easy removal in the morning. Would this procedure work on anod. AL?

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