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Dec 05, 2011
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black soot on pans
by: cootie rebel

If you can not get burner to a blue flame you can coat the pots or pans on the out side of them with soap.

This also works with camp fires. It will keep or at least help prevent the pans getting all smudged up and they will be easier to clean.

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