How to Clean Baking Sheets

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The key to cleaning baking sheets is to soak them as long as possible in soapy water. Clean your baking sheets with tips from a concierge service owner in this free video on kitchen cleaning.

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Video Transcript

Hi, I'm Caitlin from My Gal Friday, and today I'm going to clean a dirty, dirty baking sheet. You can see this has been used to make pizza. So, you're going to need some rubber gloves, baking soda, a sponge with a nice scrubby side, a sink full of soapy water. So, what you want to do is you take a sink full of soapy water, and you just soak the pan for as long as you have time for it. I like to soak it over night. And when you come back to it, you can take your scrubby sponge or steel wool, and just scrub at the surface of your baking pan. You can see this one is pretty dirty. So, if you have a really dirty pan, this is an old one, so you're not going to get it perfect. But, definitely soaking it and scrubbing will do a pretty good job of getting the big pieces. Some of this is pretty stubborn, you really just have to soak it for a while. But if it really doesn't seem to be getting clean, you can cover it in baking soda. Baking soda is great for cleaning just about anything. And then you let it sit and then you rub in, with your scrubby side, the baking soda. And it works really well, just gets right in there and eats away at the food particles and grease and burnt stains. You just have to spend a little bit of time rubbing in your baking soda and when you're finished, dump it out into your dirty sink water. And turn on your clean cool water and rinse off your baking sheet. I'm Caitlin from My Gal Friday, and I've just explained how to clean a dirty baking sheet.


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