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COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) - The commercial says, "Sick of slaving over pots and pans you know you'll never get clean? Don't toss them; rejuvenate them with the amazing Grease Bullet cleaning tablet!"
Does the Grease Bullet really make your pots and pans sparkle like new with no more scrubbing?
On TV, the Grease Bullet claims to be the ultimate cookware cleaner. "Drop in the Grease Bullet and soak your toughest baked-on cookware. They'll sparkle like new, inside and out, no more scrubbing."
WIS News 10 collected some baked-on, greasy, grimy pans to put it to the test.
The directions are simple and easy. Drop the Grease Bullet in hot tap water and let the pans soak for 30 minutes.
On TV it seems to have miraculous results, it "cuts through caked on cookie sheets, grimy glassware even scorched iron skillets. It does the work so you don't have to."
But in our test, the results are less than spectacular. WIS News 10's baking pan, cookie sheet and skillet were still covered in grease and grime.