Head Baker Reveals Hack To Help You Best Clean Stained Bakeware

If you have any experience in baking, you know how frustrating it can be when our muffin tins, cookie sheets, and baking pans wear down overtime. They eventually become so full of stains that we feel that we have no choice but to throw them in the trashcan.

Now, however, new hacks are going viral that will allow you to clean these appliances instead of having to throw them away and replace them!

Dirty Glass (Or Pyrex) Dishware – For this hack, all you need is liquid dish soap, baking soda, aluminum foil, water, and an old toothbrush.

All you have to do is dip the tooth brush into the liquid soap and then in the baking soda. Then, use the paste to cover all the stains on the glass dishware by making circular motions with it. Let it sit for 20-30 minutes and then use the aluminum foil to scrub at the softened stains. It will look as good as new afterwards!

Stainless Steel Cookie Sheets – This hack only requires hydrogen peroxide, baking soda, and a rough sponge/pad. Just sprinkle a layer of baking soda on the pan and then add a layer of the hydrogen peroxide. Then add another layer of baking soda over everything and allow the pan to sit for one or two hours. Use the sponge or pad to scrub down the pan, and you’ll find that it is totally clean!

Aluminum Trays – For this method, you will need water, distilled white vinegar, a cooking pot, and a scrubbing pad/sponge. Fill the cooking pot with equal parts water and vinegar and bring this mixture to boil. Then, remove the pot from the heat and allow it to cool to room temperature. Start scrubbing inside the pot with a scrubbing pad or sponge, and the stains will fall right off! Once they are gone, rinse out the pan with warm water or soap and your tray will look as if it is brand new!

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