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Clean Baked-On Gunk from Pans with Dryer Sheets

Okay, I'll be honest...I haven't bought dryer sheets in years. But, for whatever reason, there is still a nearly full box of them on the shelf in the laundry room. I keep them around for one use and one use alone: getting baked-on gunk off of baking pans and cookie sheets.
Joy Fisher
Joy Fisher • 2 years ago

Put warm water into the dirty pan or cookie sheet, lay the dryer sheet (or sheets) flat in the water and leave it to sit overnight. In the morning, the baked-on stuff will either have lifted off, or will be very easy to slough off with a spatula or other flat object. It has always worked for me...especially if you do it right after you've used the pan.

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