I forgot and left an Analon nonstick baking sheet, coated with sprayed on Pam, in the oven. Started preheating oven for dinner and realized the dirty sheet pan was still in there, when I smelled smoke.
Now the pan is covered with a sticky, tacky brownish residue which I am assuming is the Pam. I've tried hot water with nylon scrubbie and dishsoap, a nontoxic (and noneffective) aerosol grill cleaner and even baking soda. The pan is still covered with sticky goop. Any helpful hints or should I just chuck the pan? (I promise to never use Pam on nonstick items again!)