Remove Baked On Grease With Stain Solver

You can remove baked-on grease with minimal scrubbing if you soak your item in a solution of Stain Solver.

It will NOT harm stainless steel pots, pans, cookie sheets, or chromed oven racks.

Do NOT use Stain Solver with aluminum as the pure oxygen in the Stain Solver will darken the aluminum.

Soaking Breaks Down Grease

The key is to soak the items. I simply put hot water in my sink, just enough to cover the item, and then pour in about one cup of Stain Solver.

Step-by-Step Photos of Baked On Grease Removal

Look at these photos to see the magic of Stain Solver:

baked on grease on bottom of frying pan

Here’s my medium-sized frying pan with years of baked-on grease on the outside. The polished surface would be RUINED and SCRATCHED if you used a rough scouring pad. Stain Solver softens the hard grease so it’s easy to remove with a gentle Dobie Pad. Copyright 2017 Tim Carter

baked-on grease on chrome cooling rack

I use a simple metal cooling rack in the sink. This elevates the bottom of the pan so it’s surrounded by water filled with trillions of tiny oxygen bubbles that attack the baked-on grease. NOTE the tiny bumps of metal that create the feet. Copyright 2017 Tim Carter

chrome cooling rack soaking in shallow stain solver solution in sink

Hot water is filling the sink as the cooling rack awaits the Stain Solver powder and pan. I only put in enough water so it comes to the TOP lip of the frying pan. Less water means you use less Stain Solver. Copyright 2017 Tim Carter

2-pound bottle of stain solver in tim's hand

Here’s Stain Solver. It’s a certified organic powder you pour into the hot water. Trillions of oxygen bubbles immediately start to attack the evil baked-on grease! Copyright 2017 Tim Carter

Pour Powder Into Hot Water

pouring stain solver powder into sink water

I’m pouring about one cup of Stain Solver into the HOT water. No need to stir it. It’s time to put the pan in the magic solution! Copyright 2017 Tim Carter

remove baked on grease stainless steel skillet soaking in solution

The pan is in the HOT water and the Stain Solver bubbles are scrubbing the baked-on grease on the sides and bottom of the pan. I put water in the pan so it stays flat on the cooling rack. I like to let it soak for three hours before starting to remove the grease. Copyright 2017 Tim Carter

Dobie scouring pad used to clean softened grease

I use Dobie Pads to gently remove the softened grease. These pads will NOT scratch polished stainless steel. Buy Dobie Pads now. They’ll be delivered to your home.

Cameo Stainless Steel cleaning powder scrubbing skillet bottom

The pan soaked for three hours. It’s now time to scrub with the Dobie pad. I often add some Cameo Stainless Steel cleaning powder so I don’t have to scrub too hard. Buy Cameo Stainless Steel cleaner now. It will be delivered to your door. It’s a fantastic product I’ve used for years.

stainless-steel skillet bottom clean of all baked-on grease

Here’s the finished pan. I let it soak another two hours after scrubbing it for the first three hours. Tough baked on grease can take multiple soakings, but you can see it’s worth it. Stain Solver is REMARKABLE, it’s ORGANIC, it’s SAFE and it will remove baked on grease from all your cookware! CALL US with questions! Copyright 2017 Tim Carter