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    DIY How to Clean a Baking Sheet Actually you can try two methods, personally I like the baking soda method but both work well. Method #1 Put about 1/4 cup of baking soda in a small glass bowl and squirt in hydrogen peroxide until it makes a nice paste. Then you rub it on the offending dirt/stain/grease. Now scrub. If it doesnt come off in round one try letting it sit on the stain for an hour then have at it. Your pan should be sparkling in no time. Method #2 First you have to have Dr Br…

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