Cleaning Tip for baking pans; baking soda and peroxide. Bam! Oh my gosh . this really works. I had a pan that was severely burned and stain . . I thought that I would never get it cleaned . . I was read to throw it away . . but I seen this . . so I tried this . and Now it look's like NEW !!! TRY THIS IT WORK'S and save money ! ! ..
Everyone who owns a gas stove, pin this!! It works! Mine were absolutely disgusting and I tried everything to clean them. It was so gross how much came off! Definitely the best stove grate cleaner ever.
This is a guide about removing rust from baking pans. Have your favorite baking pans started to develop rusty spots? This happens to older, well used pans. Rather than throw it away you may want to try cleaning it.
Every couple of months sprinkle a mixture of baking soda and a tablespoon of your favorite fabric softener (powdered I assume) over your mattress, let it sit for an hour, and then vacuum it up. Gets rid of dust mites and freshens up the mattress. Keep that same mixture in a small mason jar with holes poked in the top in your linen or clothes closet to keep it smelling fresh!
Use Aluminum Foil to Scrub Off Baked-On Food If you have remnants of your casserole stuck to your baking dish, wad a clean piece of foil—maybe one you used to keep a plate of food warm while the rest of dinner cooked?—into a ball, then use it with few drops of dishwashing liquid to scrub glass cookware clean.