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How To Clean A Baking Sheet

Whether you use your baking sheet or sheet pan to bake cookies or roast vegetables, we can bet that you’re always left with some sort of “leftovers,” whether that’s burnt-on pieces, brown spots, or even rust. These debris can feel virtually impossible to remove with regular dish soap and a sponge, and even if you’re able to (which, serious props to you!), your arm will likely be left sore from all that scrubbing. Ahead, our ridiculously simple recipe for getting your baking sheets free of grime and absolutely gleaming... in less time than it takes to whip up a batch of brownies.


YOUR TOOLKIT: All-Purpose Bleach Alternative, Scented Vinegar, Dish Brush, Copper Cloth, Dish Detergent, Support Breath Dish Soap, Lint-Free Cleaning Cloths

SOAK IT ALL UP

Scrape away any large pieces of food or burnt bits. For large, burnt-on pieces, brown spots, or rust, soak the pan in a sink or basin of hot water and 1 capful All-Purpose Bleach Alternative for a minimum of one hour—even better if you can allow it to soak overnight! The chlorine-free, oxygen-powered crystals will help to loosen up and lift debris that have been adhered to the pan. To remove any lingering food or burnt odors and up the shine factor of your pan, add a capful or two of Scented Vinegar to the soak water.


WIPE & WASH

Use a Dish Brush or Copper Cloth to clear off the loosened pieces and surface residue—they should slip right off! Next, add a squirt of Dish Detergent or Support Breath Dish Soap and give the front, back, and sides of the pan a good scrub with some warm water.

DRY

Wipe or pat dry with a Lint-Free Cleaning Cloths