Megaware LLC produces Megaware cookware, but it is actually owned and sold by Hertiage Mint. The Megaware cookware line includes stainless steel, nonstick and die-cast aluminum cookware. As it happens with every cook, eventually food will be scalded or burned onto the cookware. Due to the variety of Megaware cookware, cleaning requires a gentle but effective approach to treating the problem. Using simple products that every household has, you can remove the burned-on food and maintain the attractive appearance of your Megaware cookware.
Add a squirt of dish detergent and 1/4 cup of baking soda to the inside of the soiled Megaware cookware and fill with hot water.
Let the cookware soak for up to 10 minutes.
Scrub the cookware with a non-scratch scrubbing sponge, giving special attention to burned-on food. Add baking soda to the surface of the sponge as needed for extra scrubbing power.
Rinse the cookware thoroughly with hot water. Repeat Steps 3 and 4 if the cookware is still soiled.
Buff stainless steel cookware with a towel dipped in white vinegar to bring back the shine.
Based in Southern California, Daniel Holzer has been a freelance writer specializing in labor issues, personal finance and green living since 2004. His recent work has appeared online at Green Your Apartment and other websites. Holzer studied English literature at California State University, Fullerton.