- 1). Allow the grease to cool down so it does not splatter when you add water and so it starts to congeal. When the grease has cooled, use a damp paper towel to wipe out excess.
- 2). Place the pan in your kitchen sink. Pour 1 tbsp. of dishwashing detergent, the kind used for hand washing dishes, in the pan. Spread it all over the surface with a wet sponge. Most dishwashing detergents contain degreasing agents that will help lift grease off the pan's surface.
- 3). Fill the sink with warm water. Allow the pan to soak for 15 minutes.
- 4). Scrub the pan with a soft kitchen sponge. Most, if not all, of the grease should easily come out now. Add more dish detergent and 1/2 tsp. of baking soda to the wet sponge if stubborn grease remains on the Teflon pan. Baking soda degreases but is not overly abrasive, so it won't hurt the Teflon coating.
- 5). Rinse the pan out with warm water. Dry it with a soft towel.
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