baking soda & peroxide. Unused this today on my stubborn old electric stove top. UH-MAZING!

baking soda/peroxide -- put quarter of cup of baking soda in bowl -- add peroxide until pasty -- rub on with fingers/sponge -- cleans everything [stove/oven/pans/stainless steel applicances/handles on fridge]

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...

Bakers Reveal the Most Effective Ways to Make Your Stained Bakeware Look Like New Again

Yesterday we celebrated the hubster’s birthday! (Happy Birthday hun!) So it was a pretty low key day with regards to blogging and anything blogging related. Basically I didn’t do a whole lot. Instead we went out for breakfast and had decadent strawberry french toast…did a little shopping in the afternoon…and tonight went out for Mexican …

Make Your Old Cookie Sheets Look Like NEW Again

DIY How to Clean a Baking Sheet

DIY How to Clean a Baking Sheet

DIY How to Clean a Baking Sheet Actually you can try two methods, personally I like the baking soda method but both work well. Method Put about ¼ cup of baking soda in a small glass bowl and squirt in hydrogen peroxide until it makes a nice paste.

Restore your cookie and baking sheets to looking almost new with just a few ingredients you probably already have!

How to Clean a Baking Pan

c Hydrogen Peroxide, c Baking Soda, Aluminum Foil Square. Mix the hydrogen peroxide and baking soda into a paste and spread on the bottom of your pan. Leave it sitting on your pan for 30 minutes. Scrunch up the foil and use it to scrub the dirty spots.

Eventually most people wind up trashing these pots and pans to buy new ones, but these is a much better solution. This will also save you...

Eventually most people wind up trashing these pots and pans to buy new ones, but these is a much better solution. This will also save yo.

This is a very simple cleaning tip that will help you clean the baked on grease off your pots and pans, and have them looking new again! | Ask Anna | #sponsored as a 3M post #ad

How to Clean Baked-on Grease off Pots, Pans and Baking Dishes with Scotch-Brite Extreme Scrub Sponge and apply a little dab of dish soap to it.

Dryer Sheets to clean cupcake pans.  When washing your vehicle, use them to take the bugs on the car grill, it works!!!

How To Clean Baked-On Gunk from Pans with Dryer Sheets

Clean with dryer sheets tutorial. AND 45 of the BEST Home Organizational & Household Tips, Tricks & Tutorials with their links! Party and event prep, too!

Old dirty oven baking tray | Don’t Throw Out That Stained Baking Pan. Here’s How to Make It Look New Again!

Bakers Reveal the Most Effective Ways to Make Your Stained Bakeware Look Like New Again

This is guide about cleaning cookie sheets and bakeware. Aluminum ccookie sheets and other types of bakeware can be frustrating to clean, especially the baked on grease and cooking sprays.

This is a guide about removing rust from baking pans. Have your favorite baking pans started to develop rusty spots? This happens to older, well used pans. Rather than throw it away you may want to try cleaning it.

Removing Rust from Baking Pans

This is a guide about removing rust from baking pans. Have your favorite baking pans started to develop rusty spots? This happens to older, well used pans.

If there is one thing that I hate…. it’s the crud that builds up on the bottom of pots and pans! You all know it! That baked on, cooked on, grime that just won’t come off.&nb…

Make Pots and Pans Shine Like New with this Easy Cleaning Recipe

Cleaning pans - If there is one thing that I hate…. it’s the crud that builds up on the bottom of pots and pans! That baked on, cooked on, grime that just won’t come off.

Stir together 1/4 cup baking soda and enough hydrogen peroxide to just make a paste. Rub off grease stains with sponge then rinse.

How to clean your cookie sheets--Kitchen "Miracle" Cleaner! You put about cup of baking soda in a small glass bowl and squirt in hydrogen peroxide until it makes a nice paste. Then you rub it on the offending dirt/stain/grease by iapamintuan

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