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Re: OT cleaning off burnt on oil and grease

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01-07-2013 17:36:17

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I would still recycle them since I do not use aluminum cook ware at all due to the health risk ya it maybe a myth but I'll stay with my cast iron stuff

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01-07-2013 17:46:25

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 Re: OT cleaning off burnt on oil and grease in reply to old, 01-07-2013 17:36:17  
This is probably what 99% of your food is cooked in at a restaurant:

Actually, because of the amount of oil and grease which builds up and seasons the pan I really doubt much aluminium ever gets into the food - boiling products in large aluminium pots may be a different story though.

I will try the oven cleaner and see if that works. Wouldnt an aluminium pan melt at 1000 degrees!!!

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01-07-2013 18:43:19

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 Re: OT cleaning off burnt on oil and grease in reply to Britcheflee, 01-07-2013 17:46:25  
No, aluminum (good grade) will not melt at 1000 degrees. The furnace we were using was used primarily to heat treat cast aluminum and laminated steel parts for manufacturing electrical components. We often went as high as 1200 degrees without melting the aluminum, and shrink fit the part onto an assembly using that method. But I am sure you could likely burn off those with a gas bbq as well at much less than 1000 degrees. "Pot metal" or some alloys will melt at those temps.

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01-07-2013 18:08:44

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 Re: OT cleaning off burnt on oil and grease in reply to Britcheflee, 01-07-2013 17:46:25  
Would you believe I might eat out once maybe twice a year?? Things like tomato's it is not good to cook in aluminum and any other high acid food. All my cook ware and yes I call it may because I do 99% of the cooking is cast iron or stainless steel or glass

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01-07-2013 17:56:42

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 Re: OT cleaning off burnt on oil and grease in reply to Britcheflee, 01-07-2013 17:46:25  
No oven cleaner on aluminum. Look up NaOH vs Aluminum.

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