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    New Life For Old Cookie Sheets . . . Again.

    by Jillee
    Yesterday we celebrated the hubster’s birthday! (Happy Birthday hun!) So it was a pretty low key day with regards to blogging and anything blogging related. Basically I didn’t do a whole lot. Instead we went out for breakfast and had decadent strawberry french toast…did a little shopping in the afte...
    • Sonya Pendley

      Need this - cleaning cookie sheets. Use hydrogen peroxide and baking soda to clean them

    • Maria Gil

      New Life For Old Cookie Sheets... Again ~ It involved sprinkling on some baking soda then sprinkling on some hydrogen peroxide and then sprinkling on a little MORE baking soda….and waiting. "Miracle Cleaner" {Baking Soda and Hydrogen Peroxide} + Time = Results.

    • Marlinda Long

      Use hydrogen peroxide and baking soda to clean your old cookie sheets. NO scrubbing!- So some things work and others do not. This cleaning idea didn't work for me.-M

    • Isabelle Von Eichborn

      DIY CLEANING USING SAFE INEXPENSIVE PRODUCTS: Use hydrogen peroxide and baking soda to clean your old cookie sheets. NO scrubbing!

    • Megan Drapeau

      clean baking sheets with baking soda and hydrogen peroxide

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