One of the most effective ways to clean stained bakeware
This simple cleaning hack contains a highly effective ingredient that is sure to save cooking enthusiasts a lot of time and effort.
Cooking processes might often leave stains that are tough to get rid of. And baking, specifically, can leave behind layers of grime on bakeware that may be difficult to wash away completely.
The best and easiest home-based solution for getting bakeware squeaky clean and improving the lifespan of the utensils is baking soda.
In order to retrieve the spotless shine on used Pyrex Glass dishware, a mixture of liquid soap and baking soda can work wonders.
Applying the mixture on a brush, or a toothbrush, and gently scrubbing the stained area of the vessel will soften the grime, making it easily washable. For best results, it is recommended that the scrubbing is done in a circular motion.
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Once the stain and grime spots are covered with the baking soda and liquid soap, the utensil needs to be kept aside for a few minutes. During this time, the particles of residue will become soft.
After about 20 - 25 minutes, using an aluminum foil to wipe the stains and spots will easily clean the vessel without leaving behind any marks.
Another frequently used baking cookware is the cookie sheet, and getting rid of hardened crumbs or oily stains could be a time-consuming task.
However, there is an easier, much for efficient way of tackling with these stains. Dispensing baking soda and hydrogen peroxide through a layer spraying application can quicken the task of cleaning the cookie sheet.
First, baking soda is sprayed, followed by a layer of hydrogen peroxide and another layer of baking soda. After the spraying is completed, the sheet must be left aside for 1 to 2 hours.
This gives the stains and grime time to loosen, and they can be removed from the sheet with a simple scrubbing action.
Baking soda can also be used to clean stainless steel surfaces, whereas a solution of water and vinegar can make aluminum pots, pans, and trays as clean and shiny as new.