Goodness gracious these comments are funny!!! Who cares about cleaning a cookie sheet!
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baking soda & peroxide. Unused this today on my stubborn old electric stove top. UH-MAZING!
Ok i don't understand why there are 100's of posts about the magic of baking soda. This didn't work for me at all! And i scrubbed a small pan with a sponge for half an hour! :-(
Remember when you first bought your bakeware? The cookie sheets were all shiny and new, the glass casserole dishes were literally spotless. Look at that bakeware now. After a few years (or even months) of caked-on food, burnt cookies, rust, and just the...
Over time, our muffin tins, cookie sheets, and baking pans will wear down. Rather than replace these trusty tools, learn how to thoroughly clean them.
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