How to clean old pot bottoms and old baked on food cookie sheets.
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This was shared by another poster. It offers several options.
Here's a post that might help - https://www.webstaurantstore.com/blog/2404/how-to-clean-baking-sheets.html
I recently used barkeeper's friend and steel wool to remove build up off some old pots.
Another option that worked well for me was marble paste or an SOS pad.
No matter what you do, there's a lot of "elbow grease" involved.
I would help it out by soaking in a blue Dawn and boiling water solution.
try making a paste with baking soda and water and scrub it
I use barkeepers friend on mine and it does wonders! Worth a shot.