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    Quote Originally Posted by delicagirl View Post
    tis an ancient trick to stop men getting out of xmas shopping......
    In a supermarket...
    Youngish woman seemingly not short of a penny or two (Waitrose)
    3 or 4 year old boy on Trolley with her
    Young boy picks up a chocolate bar..
    Mother says no and puts it back.
    Then starts gassing to others
    Young boy picks up the chocolate bar again from shelf
    AND hides it under other items in the trolley..

    That boy will make a fortune when he is older
    Devious and clever... and inventive

    Maybe a bit like Alan Sugar or Richard Branson !
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    Quote Originally Posted by hairydog View Post
    Takeaways are a way to build up your resistance to all sorts of bugs too. Or alternatively you could give up bothering to wash your pans.
    Temping thought but I could never abandon washing up. I'm renowned as a cleaner of anything that doesn't move away fast enough and my Marigolds and and I are like this FingersCrossed.gif
    Yes, it's important to build up a good immune system HD Come to think of it, the bout of food poisoning I had from takeaway once helped make me the woman I am today



    Have a great Christmas everyone! I'm off to play with my little grandot now
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    Quote Originally Posted by Minisorella View Post
    Temping thought but I could never abandon washing up. I'm renowned as a cleaner of anything that doesn't move away fast enough and my Marigolds and and I are like this FingersCrossed.gif
    Yes, it's important to build up a good immune system HD Come to think of it, the bout of food poisoning I had from takeaway once helped make me the woman I am today



    Have a great Christmas everyone! I'm off to play with my little grandot now
    Do not go out and play in the dirt anymore.
    That used to build up immunity.

    I could say "I am sick of this thread"...however
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    Iíve had success with half a dishwasher tablet ground to dust in a pestle and mortar (why donít they sell the powder form now?) added to the pan, then enough warm water to cover the stain. Leave to soak for a few hours then tease off any remaining crud with one of those green pan scourer jobs. Be patient!
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    Someone gave me a tip about cleaning out the trays in my oven
    And it was to leave all the trays wrapped in foil in soak in the bath with hot water and dish washer tablet and with an hour or two they shine up like new! I couldn't believe it when it actually worked. no more scrubbing and works a treat!!
    The down side is scrubbing your bath afterwards 🙄
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    when i burnt the carrots i threw the ruined pan out the door to be disposed off . during the night , the village dogs used their raspy tongues to bring it up like new.
    they also ate a very smelly nappy
    too blessed to be stressed
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    Quote Originally Posted by yorkieowl View Post
    Try vinegar and baking soda.
    Boil vinegar in pan remove from heat add baking soda, should come off easily if it doesn't make a paste of water and baking soda, leave to soak and try again.
    Plus lemon juice and heat gently.
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    I had a similar issue a couple of years ago, tried various methods which sort of worked. Lost the will, and put the pan outside ( wintertime) next morning the heavy frost had fallen and when defrosted the pan was sparkling clean! Have done this since without bothering with too much pre-scrubbing, and it works every time... I burn pans fairly frequently

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