Asked on Feb 15, 2018

Why is all my bakeware and Pyrex cooking dishes sticky?

SheilaLin6417041TAMMY SPALSBURY
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All my bakeware and Pyrex cooking glass dishes sticky even after washing?

10 answers
  • Lindsey Martin
    Lindsey Martin
    on Feb 15, 2018

    You can try soaking them in the sink with vinegar. That should take off most of the gunk.
  • Susan Massey
    Susan Massey
    on Feb 15, 2018

    Sounds like the water isn't hot enough, or try changing soap. I prefer Dawn for hand-washing or Cascade for the dishwasher.
  • Janet Pizaro
    Janet Pizaro
    on Feb 15, 2018

    what are you using to clean them?
  • Nancy Turner
    Nancy Turner
    on Feb 15, 2018

    If you use Pam or something before you put your food into it, it leaves a sticky residue that eventually builds up when it is baked.
    • Nancy Turner
      Nancy Turner
      on Feb 16, 2018

      I went to putting foil in my pans when I use them to bake meat, fries, almost everything, and that helps a lot. When baking I like to use parchment paper. My pans stay somewhat better, there are always leaks somehow even with the foil and spatters, so I have some yuk on my pans, but not near what I had when I didn't use foil.
  • KNewton
    KNewton
    on Feb 15, 2018

    You can use vinegar and water on the glass dishes to remove residue.
  • Debbie Brasher
    Debbie Brasher
    on Feb 15, 2018

    A built up of grease may need to be hand washed. If changing your detergent doesn’t work. Vinegar can help as well as the abrasiveness of baking soda. If this doesn’t help try us a plastic scrubber. Metal will scratch your glass.
  • Lin6417041
    Lin6417041
    on Feb 16, 2018

    Try oven cleaner
    • Tex30563218
      Tex30563218
      on Feb 16, 2018

      Do you follow instructions on oven cleaner or have you had results with particular formula? Thanks
  • TAMMY SPALSBURY
    TAMMY SPALSBURY
    on Feb 16, 2018

    Dawn Dish soap cuts through sticky residue and grease
  • Lin6417041
    Lin6417041
    on Feb 16, 2018

    TEXAS, the oven instructions take too long for me, I just sprayed the oven cleaner, left it on for about an hour, kept testing to see if it was working using baking soda as a "helper" to scrub. Can't say exactly how long it would take, depends on the situation.. I used Braun Oven &Grill cleaner, but I don't think make matters. Good luck

  • Sheila
    Sheila
    on Feb 17, 2018

    You can use oven cleaner or put them into a garbage bag , then pour ammonia on them & tie bag closed. Let sit for several hours & it’ll come off. Or scrub with SOS type pads.
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