I need the recipe for cleaning cookie sheets using baking soda

Jennie Sesulka
by Jennie Sesulka
  5 answers
  • Linda Sikut Linda Sikut on Dec 13, 2017
    Sprinkle baking soda on the sheets, then spray with plain white vinegar. Let it sit a while to do it's work, then wash off. Redo any spots that got missed or try Bar Keepers Friend. Wishing you the best.

  • Michele Pappagallo Michele Pappagallo on Dec 13, 2017
    Try mixing baking soda and hydrogen peroxide into a paste and smearing it onto the pans. Let it sit for a couple of hours, then scrub with a scrubbie sponge. Wash as usual. You may have to repeat a couple of times to get everything off.

    • Jennie Sesulka Jennie Sesulka on Dec 13, 2017
      Aahhh! THAT'S the ingredient I couldn't remember Michele! THANK YOU!!!!! I'll let you know in a couple of days how it worked out for me. Thank You So Much!!

  • Peg Peg on Dec 13, 2017
    Sos pads will work.

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    • Peg Peg on Dec 13, 2017
      youre welcome Jennie. I hear ya on the corners and arthritis.

  • Kay Kay on Dec 13, 2017
    I would use the Bi Card of Soda @ Vinigar. method. It will be less harsher, so it won't damage the baking sheets, plus it's less expensive to! It's very effective in removing baked on food ect. I don't use or recommend peroxide, as I associate it more with hair use. You would need to wear glove when using, plus I find the oder @ bit strong, so you would need to have doors or windows open when useing it. I try to use natural cleaners where possible. Kay Adelaide Australia ☺

  • Colleen Swindell Colleen Swindell on Dec 13, 2017
    My teenage grandson used my cookie sheet over and over. Don't know if jeeber tried to wash it. I was ready to throw it away then light bulb went off
    Might as well try WD-40. Built up grease is a tough one, so I sprayed generously with WD, let it sit about 30 minutes, and with the help of even more grease,( elbow), it was like new again. Great cleaning product. Now it's a must have in supply closet.