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How do you clean the burnt on food inside the base of a crock pot with a removable crock?

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I have the exact same problem! I cooked soup that slowly boiled over the edge and burned inside the base. I know you can't soak it and I don't want to ruin it. Help!

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I did this pretty easily using Brillo pads. Get the ones coated with soap. They will destroy themselves as you use but works like magic on hard to clean stuff. I use them for the bathroom, stove and tough ceramics. They are pretty cheap too.

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Put a bit of viniger inside the pot and add a little warm water,let stand for a while and the burnt food will come loose, repeat till clean.

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