3 Simple Tricks To Clean Your Dirty Sheet Pans

You can roast veggies, bake pastries, or use a baking sheet to melt cheese on top of your preferred appetisers because baking sheets are so adaptable. But have you ever observed how rapidly a fresh sheet pan begins to turn brown? Marks left behind by oil splatter and charred food may appear impossible to remove. In this article, we'll reveal some of our go-to cleaning tips that will restore the new-looking appearance of your baking sheets. 

Make sure you are familiar with the type of pan you have before learning how to clean baking pans. Using the incorrect approach can damage the finish on your aluminium or non-stick pans, however cleaning baking sheets, baking pans, and cookie sheets can all be done with these procedures. 

Baking Soda and Vinegar 

This technique helps to remove the residue and keep your cookware clean using supplies you probably already have in your cabinet.  

Put hot water in the washbasin. Mix baking soda and white vinegar at a ratio of 1:1. (about half a cup of each). Put your pans in the mixture and let them soak there for 30 to 60 minutes. Use the rough side of a sponge and some hard work to scrape the pan thoroughly. To prevent obvious scratching, scrub in a circular motion. When you've finished scrubbing to your heart's content, give the pan a thorough hand wash with soap and water to get rid of the vinegar smell. Dry the pan right away to prevent rust. 

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Sheet pans should be submerged in water for a long time. Take out and dry. Aluminum foil can be rolled up and used to scrub food residue and burned areas. With soap and water, wash and rinse. 

Baking Soda and Water 

You can clean your baking sheets if you have a box of baking soda on hand. Baking soda is kind to pans and won't damage the finish or scratch them. On baking sheets made of aluminium, aluminized steel, or non-stick, use this technique. 

Baking soda and warm water are combined to form a paste. Spread the paste on the baking sheet. Give it 30 minutes to sit. Use a nylon scrubber to gently rub stains until they disappear. Thoroughly wash, then quickly pat dry.