To make your cake recipe or unique dessert products even better, add melted or caramelized sugar. The results taste delicious. However, if you allow them to dry on your pots and pans, they may cause frantic kitchen hijinks. Simple cleaning is also ineffective. They become more obstinate the longer they are kept outside. So let's discuss some methods you might employ to free yourself from this gooey, syrupy load. First, fill the pan with boiling water until it reaches the sweet grease mark. Add any utensil or spoon that might have melted sugar stuck to it to your pan if it is deep and broad enough and they are heat-safe. Set your pan on the burner and increase the heat to a high setting. Watch the water bubble up to a boil. After that, simmer the water for 10 minutes on low heat. The hot water will make the sugar stains more fluid and pliable. The boiling water can then be carefully poured out of the pan while wearing your mittens. Rinse the pan thoroughly with warm water, then allow it to air dry. There could still be some difficult marks. Rinse the pan thoroughly with warm water, then allow it to air dry. On the surface, there can still be a few obstinate marks. To completely scrub the pan and give it one last wash, use a soft sponge and some dishwashing liquid. To completely dry it out, set it out in the open.