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Thanks for the warning...
I'm jeanne-andrea is my chef.
Too late, I did use the neverdull. It worked pretty good. Afterward, I did wash averything in hot soapy water and dried it with a soft cloth. There dosen't seem to be a film but I will warn her.
This is why I don't c:crazy::crazy:k!
 

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I realize this is an old post, but it deserves a response. BarKeeper's Friend liquid is a waste of money. However, the powder is everything everyone has said it is, and inexpensive too.
 

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You must use Barkeeper's Friend POWDER (not the liquid or spray versions). The powder worked like a dream at removing the baked on, high heat "varnish" I had on my brand new d5 saute pans. I didn't think I'd ever get them clean after I got a bit carried away with the heat. I'd tried using the liquid but it didn't even touch the stuff. The powder took it off immediately. Barkeeper's Friend is really inexpensive and you can usually find it in the aisle with the scouring powders. Gold can with blue label. Thanks to all!
 

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I have had a hard time cleaning the outside of my all clad pots. Used and loved for many many years.

Inside I use a half cup baking soda, water. Bring to a boil, cover and let sit at least an hour but  all day is better if you have that option.

Voila.. clean and ready to use again
 

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This is Straight from the All-Clad FAQ section of their website...you can use Bar Keeper's Friend inside the pan:

• For daily cleaning, warm, soapy water is sufficient. Clean your All-Clad thoroughly after each use. Food films left on the pan may cause discoloration and sticking.

• To get rid of stuck-on food or discolouration, and stains from using too high a heat, we recommend cleaning your All-Clad with a specialist stainless steel cleaning product called 'Bar Keeper's Friend'.

• To use the Bar Keeper's Friend, simply use a soft cloth or sponge and water and make into a soupy paste. This can be used on the interior, as well as the exterior of your All-Clad.

• If your water has high iron content, you may notice a rusty discolouration. Use 'Bar Keeper's Friend' to remove this. Please also refer to the Use & Care section of this page.
 
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