How to Clean Your Cookie Sheets

There are many ways to clean cookies, but one in particular makes cleaning easier - by using foods that you may have stashed in your kitchen.

* You will need:

° hydrogen peroxide
° baking soda
° A piece of cloth or a rough sponge

Step 1: Adding baking soda, & hydrogen peroxide.

Sprinkle a little baking soda on a baking sheet or plate.Then apply hydrogen peroxide (see also this amazing cleaner!), followed by another pinch of baking soda to cover.The purifier takes time to take effect, so we recommend leaving it turned on for at least 2 hours. Because the chemicals can be too harsh for the texture or coating of some pans, do a test before cleaning the entire cookie sheet, especially if it's made of a specialized material or has coating of any kind. It's just a clever way to clean up with baking soda.  

Step 2: Clean it up.

Use a cloth or sponge to clean household cleaners.Vigorous cleaning is usually unnecessary, but if the stain persists, you can do it a second time, or use a non-scratch scraper, or both.All you need is a little patience!
 Here's how to clean it properly.)

Step 3: Keep it clean.

Now that your trays and pans have taken on a whole new look, you'll want to keep them that way.Do what the test kitchen does and place a sheet of parchment or aluminum foil in the pot before adding any food. It's all! The baking sheets will remain free of unwanted substances