Introduction

Staining a baking sheet makes the item look worn and filthy. Use this guide to clean your kitchenware quickly and easily.

Image 1/1: Tip: This method can be used on stained pots and pans as well.
  • Place the dirty baking sheet on a flat surface.

    • Tip: This method can be used on stained pots and pans as well.

    • Tip: This method works best if you clean the stained baking sheet as soon as it has cooled after use.

    • Note: The liquid on the baking sheet is grease. This method will work whether or not there is grease on the baking sheet

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Image 1/2: Note: The liquid on the baking sheet is grease. This method will work whether or not there is grease on the baking sheet Image 2/2: Note: The liquid on the baking sheet is grease. This method will work whether or not there is grease on the baking sheet
  • Cover the stained part of the baking sheet with a thin layer of baking soda.

  • Note: The liquid on the baking sheet is grease. This method will work whether or not there is grease on the baking sheet

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Image 1/2: Tip: Do not put too much water on the baking soda, as it will cause the baking soda to spread and not stay on the desired cleaning area. Image 2/2: Tip: Do not put too much water on the baking soda, as it will cause the baking soda to spread and not stay on the desired cleaning area.
  • Pour a small amount of water over the baking soda so the baking soda looks pasty.

    • Tip: Do not put too much water on the baking soda, as it will cause the baking soda to spread and not stay on the desired cleaning area.

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  • Set a timer for 15 minutes, press start, and wait until timer goes off.

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Image 1/2: Tip: If the baking soda becomes too thick when scrubbing, add more water. Image 2/2: Tip: Using the rough side of the sponge makes cleaning easier.
  • Take a sponge and clean the desired area.

    • Tip: If the baking soda becomes too thick when scrubbing, add more water.

    • Tip: Using the rough side of the sponge makes cleaning easier.

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  • Rinse off the baking soda and wash the baking sheet again with soap and water.

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Conclusion

Congratulations! You have a baking sheet that looks good as new.

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