Cooking and Baking

Getting my hard-anodized Calphalon *really* clean.

I was gifted a really lovely hard-anodized skillet last holiday.
I have a cooking-averse roommate who uses it to boil chicken.
Recently I pulled it off the pot rack, only to find that it had been hanging there for a few days with a gummy film of cooking oil on it. There's no way I put my own pot away like that! The problem is that soap is not getting it off. It's covered inside and out with a brown film. How do I get my pan to shine like the top of the Chrysler building? The pan is only 6 months old, how can I keep it looking like new?

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