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11 Ways to Clean Your Kitchen

11 Ways to Clean Your Kitchen

When it comes to the kitchen, organization, cleanliness, and maintenance go a long way

Limited space, resources, and budget need not preclude you from having a clean, organized, and more user-friendly kitchen.

The newness of the year is wearing off and all those unresolved resolutions of creating a cleaner, more organized kitchen seem like a plan best deferred to next January, right? Don’t put it off. With a little creativity, patience, and an honest inventory of what you really need to keep, you can have a kitchen space that you can take pride in. And it only takes a few pantry staples like white vinegar, lemon, baking soda, liquid dish soap, and some towels and sponges to get you on your way. Limited space, resources, and budget need not preclude you from having a clean, organized, and more user-friendly kitchen.

Now understand, clean doesn’t mean only having your countertops gleaming, though that, too, is an important part. What we suggest is that you clean your kitchen from the inside out. When it comes to the kitchen, organization, cleanliness, and maintenance go a long way. Where you store items is as important as how you store them.

And one rule of thumb before we start: no matter what part of the kitchen you’re cleaning, you always want to make sure the exterior and interior of kitchen surfaces are kept dry. This way, they won’t become breeding grounds for molds and bacteria. Follow these tips and you will be off to a cleaner and more organized kitchen — and self.


How to Keep Your Kitchen Clean and Safe

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If you're like most people, the kitchen is one of the busiest rooms of your home. It's probably not surprising, then, that the kitchen can also be one of the messiest. To keep your kitchen safe, healthy, and inviting, come up with a cleaning routine that helps you tackle and prevent grime. If you take care of a few chores a day, messes won't pile up so cleanup is faster.


12 Housekeeping Secrets to Steal from Grandma

Your grandma had more chores and fewer modern cleaning tools than you do, yet she kept a sparkling house with just a few products, elbow grease, and a hefty dose of common sense. Get your household cleaning tasks done like grandma did with these time-tested ways to keep your home clean and tidy:

Grandma kept after messes every day, and you should, too. "It's easier than saving all your chores for one big cleaning session," says Donna Smallin Kuper, certified housecleaning technician and author of Clear the Clutter, Find Happiness. Get into a daily routine and your house will always look neat as a pin: Make the bed, do the dishes after every meal, and sweep the kitchen floor daily.

Instead of using paper towels, invest in flour-sack tea towels. "They're 100 percent cotton so you can dry glasses lint-free, wipe down the stove, or let dishes drip-dry on them," says Becky Rapinchuk, blogger at The Organically Clean Home. "They launder well and dry fast." Grandma-approved bonus: They come in pretty patterns, colors, and embroidered motifs to add vintage charm to your kitchen.

Your grandma didn't have fancy window and mirror cleaning sprays, and you don't need them either. Mix up this streak-free recipe, courtesy of Rapinchuk:

&bull3 drops peppermint essential oil

Mix in a spray bottle, spray liberally on windows and mirrors and wipe with a lint-free cloth.

Can't get rid of stains on napkins, tablecloths or doilies? Grandma wouldn't toss them she'd tea-stain them. Add four or five black tea bags to a bucket of hot water and let them steep for 10 minutes or so. Remove tea bags, add the cloth (swish it around so it absorbs the water), and let it sit until you reach the desired shade. "You'll get a lovely antique creamy brown," says Rapinchuk. Let dry to set, then wash in cold water.

Some of the products grandma used are still available, because they're inexpensive and they work great. Use lemon oil such as Old English or Milsek to dust furniture and add a sheen to kitchen cabinets. Try scrubbing powder such as Bon Ami on pots and pans. Or dab baking soda on a damp rag as a light abrasive in sinks or to buff scuffs off floors.

There's something to be said for cleaning in sync with the calendar like grandma did, says Rapinchuk. At least once a year, wash your windows, change the furnace filter, deep-clean your carpets, flip and vacuum your mattress, and purge your closet. Keeping clothes you don't like or wear is not sensible, and grandma wouldn't approve!

You don't need a million specialty cleaning products in your arsenal. "Borax is a multipurpose cleaner that's been around forever and is incredibly versatile," says Liz Trotter, co-owner of Cleaning Business Builders and owner of American Maid Cleaning in Olympia, Washington. Sprinkle a little on a damp sponge to clean tile, floors, porcelain sinks, or fixtures. Use it to wipe down greasy kitchen cabinets. Add it as a detergent booster, especially to rid laundry of odors. Or use it as a pre-soak for tough stains.

Cleaning as you go prevents little messes from becoming big ones, says Kuper. Squeegee down the shower after every use. Wipe the bathroom sink after you brush your teeth, so toothpaste blobs don't dry in place. Place throw rugs inside and outside doors to prevent dirt from getting tracked indoors. Vacuum your traffic patterns frequently to keep grit from grinding into carpet fibers.

Use 100 percent vanilla extract for deodorizing. "It gives a clean, fresh scent instead of a chemical smell," says Trotter. Douse cotton balls with vanilla and hide them in plants, or rub one over a cold light bulb when it heats, the room will smell great. For stinky microwaves, put two tablespoons of vanilla in a glass bowl, heat for 30 seconds, then let sit inside the microwave for a few hours. For lingering cooking smells, simmer a few tablespoons of lemon juice in a pan.

Degunk your shower head by pouring straight white vinegar in a plastic bag. Use a rubber band to hold it in place around the shower head for several hours. Remove the bag, and scrub off residue with a toothbrush. Vinegar also de-grimes plastic shower curtains: Toss the curtain in the wash with a few towels, a bit of soap, Borax, and a vinegar rinse (pour into the softener dispenser). Give the curtain five minutes on low in the dryer, and it will look new, says Trotter.

Grandma was thrifty so she never, ever threw out a scrap of fabric. Clothes that were too worn became cleaning cloths. Use cotton diapers, or tear old flannel sheets and cotton T-shirts into square cleaning rags. They'll last forever.

For yellowed white laundry or linens, make a natural lemon whitener. Squeeze the juice of one lemon into a gallon of hot water in a laundry bucket. Let the item soak for one to two hours. Run through a rinse cycle or rinse by hand, then set out in the sun to dry, says Rapinchuk.


Wash the dishes.

No matter if it's a big meal, a small meal, or even a snack, you must wash as you go to be on top of your dishes. I usually empty my dishwasher in the morning and then throughout the day I fill her up and turn it on at night. It really is the most effective way to keep everything in check.

Also, dry the dishes and put it away if it’s not going in the dishwasher or if you don’t have one. This will help with the clutter.

Dinner can be overwhelming (if you aren’t cleaning as you go) so I usually have my kids or hubby help with the dishes. I think if you’re cooking, it’s not too much to ask the ones who are enjoying to meal to help out!


My Top 11 Cleaning Tips That Feature Dawn Dish Soap

1. DIY Cleaning Wipes

There are so many advantages to making your own cleaning wipes. The supplies are cheap, they’re easy to make, and they are infinitely reusable!

But the best thing about making you own cleaning wipes is that they work just as well as the store-bought ones! A bit of grease-cutting Dawn dish soap makes these cleaning wipes useful for cleaning a wide array of messes.

2. Ultimate Stain Remover Spray

Ever since I discovered the stain removing power of hydrogen peroxide and Dawn dish soap, I’ve rarely used anything else! In my experience, there are very few stains this duo can’t remove on the first try.

I used to apply them separately, but now I mix them up ahead of time in my Ultimate Stain Remover Spray. Stains begone!

While you’ll almost always find washing soda in the laundry aisle at the store, it doesn’t just belong next to your washing machine! Washing soda . Continue Reading

3. Bathtub Cleaning Trick

Cleaning the bathtub with a sponge or scrub brush can be quite the workout! But with the help of a long-handled broom, you can scrub away all the grime from a comfortable standing position!

Just squirt some Dawn into the bottom of the tub, add a little water, and get scrubbing! Your tub will be gleaming in no time, and more importantly, you won’t be completely exhausted afterward.

4. Tub & Shower Cleaner

Don’t get me wrong—Dawn does a great job of cutting through soap scum and bathtub grime on its own. But when it comes to dissolving hard water stains and mineral deposits, nothing works quite as well as white vinegar!

That’s why I combined the two in my favorite Tub & Shower Cleaner. I would normally say it works just as well as the store-bought stuff, but honestly, I think this actually works better!

5. Liquid Laundry Detergent

Making your own laundry detergent can save you a lot of money over time. It also gives you full control over the ingredients you’re using to clean your family’s clothing!

My homemade Liquid Laundry Detergent calls for a small amount of Dawn dish soap. It’s just enough to help lift out grease and oil without making a frothy, bubbly mess of your washing machine.

6. Strip Oily Bed Sheets

Sweat and body oils can leave behind an oily residue on bed sheets over time. This stubborn residue tends to cling to the fabric even after a normal wash cycle.

But there’s a simple soaking treatment you can do to dissolve that residue, effectively “stripping” your sheets back to their cleanest state. And it should come as no surprise that Dawn dish soap plays an important role in this treatment!

7. Windshield Washer Fluid

I came up with a homemade windshield washer fluid a few years ago when I ran out of it one winter day. It was one of those days where the roads were covered in dirty, salty snow melt, making it extremely hazardous to drive without a way to clean your windshield!

My homemade washer fluid featuring Dawn did the trick. It’s a useful thing to know how to make in case you find yourself in a similar situation in the future!

8. Jewelry Cleaner

All you need is a couple of drops of Dawn and a bit of water to restore shine to your jewelry! It gently dissolves oily residues and grime to reveal the gleam of your favorite rings and earrings.

Plus, it can save you quite a bit of money on jewelry cleaning solutions and supplies!

9. Eyeglasses Cleaning Solution

Do you ever feel like the lenses in your glasses just won’t come completely clean, no matter how much you wipe them? You probably need a cleaning solution that will help cut through that stubborn layer of grime.

You can make your own eyeglasses cleaning solution with a bit of Dawn dish soap! It’s grease-cutting capabilities will make short work of grimy glasses, leaving them shiny and smudge-free!

10. Granite Cleaner

In order to keep your granite countertops looking shiny and gorgeous for years to come, you have to clean them correctly. And that means knowing what cleaners to avoid, since the wrong cleaner can permanently damage granite!

But the good news is that making your own safe and effective granite cleaner is quick and easy! A bit of dish soap helps this cleaner cut through messes while being gentle on the stone itself.

11. Makeup Brush Cleaner

It’s important to clean your makeup brushes on a regular basis. Clean brushes are more hygienic to use and they make makeup application and blending easier.

I rely on good ol’ Dawn to help me keep my brushes clean, and a silicone trivet acts like a scrubber to help work the soap deep into the bristles. Get the full story on my makeup brush cleaning method in this post!

BONUS TIP!

Need a hostess gift when visiting friends and family? Print off this post and include it with a bottle of Dawn dish soap! Talk about useful! :-)

Do you have a favorite cleaning tip that involves dish soap?

I believe we should all love the place we call home and the life we live there. Since 2011, I've been dedicated to making One Good Thing by Jillee a reliable and trustworthy resource for modern homemakers navigating the everyday challenges of running a household. Join me as I share homemaking and lifestyle solutions that make life easier so you can enjoy it more!

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11 Inexpensive ways to revamp your kitchen cabinets

Wish your kitchen cabinets had a little pizazz? Don’t hire a professional until you’ve seen how easy these tutorials are.

1. How to paint kitchen cabinets


Giving your kitchen a fresh look doesn’t have to involve advanced techniques &mdash a good cleaning and a fresh coat of paint might do the trick. But before you grab a brush and put on your Sunday worst, be sure you know the proper way to prepare, paint and finish those cabinet doors.

2. How to refinish with chalk paint

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Kim from Savvy Southern Style chronicles her kitchen island’s remodel using chalk paint, an increasingly popular paint for redoing furniture and cabinetry since it doesn’t require sanding or priming and distresses naturally once the paint dries.

3. How to achieve the Pottery Barn black finish


Why spend months on your kitchen cabinets trying to emulate the worn black finish found on so many of Pottery Barn’s home furnishings when Sarah from The Yellow Cape Cod has already perfected the technique for you?

4. How to use Vaseline to distress furniture


This clever and easy painting technique uses a common household item to achieve a surprisingly realistic aged look. Vaseline really does have endless uses.

5. How to distress painted furniture with sandpaper


With only a bit of sandpaper, Adrienne from Chic California shows you how to work a cabinet panel for a nuanced aged look that doesn’t overdo it on the distress.

6. How to paint and antique cabinets

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Cate from See Cate Create walks you through a project she undertook to help some friends save their kitchen after a remodel gone wrong. A kitchen on the edge is transformed by hard work and expertise as bare wood becomes gorgeous antiqued cream cabinets and an eye-catching antiqued black kitchen island.

7. How to gel stain kitchen cabinets


Invaluable for refinishing old furniture and cabinets, gel stain is loved by woodworkers for its deep, lustrous finish that imbues a kitchen cabinet with a beautiful hand-rubbed finish after two to three coats. Unlike thinner stains, gel stains don’t require sanding between coats to achieve a professional finish.

8. How to stencil cabinets


If you’ve been searching for something a little more distinctive than simply staining or painting your cabinets, Better Homes and Gardens may have just the solution. Stencils come in a wide range of shapes and styles and can transform your kitchen without breaking the bank.

9. How to glaze kitchen cabinets


Meghan Carter, host of Ask The Decorator, walks you through this easy glazing technique to bring a rustic, antiqued look to your cabinets.

10. How to give cabinets antique glazing and decorative moulding

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How to give painted white cabinets antique glazing and decorative moulding &mdash just a few of the things you will learn from Carmel at Our Fifth House as she takes you through the process of remodeling her kitchen.

11. Transform a cupboard with decoupage


It may have been a while since your last attempt at decoupage, but with a little help from EziBuy’s quick video guide, you can use this time-honored art form to make your kitchen really pop.


25 of the Most Popular Cleaning Hacks on Pinterest

Upgrade your cleaning routine with these smart hacks and home solutions.

Save these cleaning hacks for later by pinning this image, and follow Country Living on Pinterest for more cleaning inspiration.

When de-crusted and rolled into a ball, a slice of white or rye bread becomes a natural eraser. To lift marks, don't rub: Just dab gently at the surface with your rolled-up bread ball, and voila! You can also use bread to soak up spills, clean out your coffee grinder, or dust and polish pictures. Wonder bread is right.

In this hack, a potato becomes a cleaning all-star. Paired with salt and vegetable oil, this trick will return your rust-covered iron skillet to its former beauty.

For more, go to Apartment Therapy.

This simple hack stops dirty windowsills dead in their tracks with only two ingredients you probably already have in your cabinet.

For more, go to The Intentional Mom.

No one enjoys scrubbing away at toilet bowl stains. Thankfully, these three-ingredient cleaning cubes are the bomb, providing an easy, hands free way to freshen your porcelain throne.

For more, go to Mom 4 Real.

Splattered food and pungent dishes can leave your microwave a mess. This simple hack combines everyday household items to restore your go-to appliance.

For more, go to Today's Creative Life.

It may be hard to notice at first, but chances are there's a lot of gunk that has collected on your cabinets&mdashespecially near the handles. To make them look brand new, mix one part vegetable oil and two parts baking soda. Use an old toothbrush to scrub the mixture into the cabinets, and watch the cleaning magic unfold.

For more, go to One Good Thing by Jillee.

Mix Dawn soap and hydrogen peroxide for an all-star carpet cleaner that also works on mattresses.

For more, go to BuzzFeed.

Constant food prep can do a number on your cutting boards. Clean them up with a combination of lemon and salt.

For more, go to DIYJoy.

If the water in your shower is spraying out in all directions, it's probably time to give it a deep clean. Mix a solution of equal parts vinegar and water, then pour it into a plastic bag and wrap it around your water source (as shown here by The Melrose Family). Let the solution sit for 15 to 20 minutes, then remove and rinse.

The power couple of vinegar and baking soda is back at it, this time to clean the drain. First, pour boiling water down the drain followed by 1/2 cup of baking soda then pour a mix of 1 cup of vinegar and 1 cup of hot water right on top. Lastly, when the bubbles die down, turn on the hot water, and let it run for about a minute. This process should loosen any dirt and gunk you have in your drain.

For more, go to Mom4Real.

Pinned over 24,000 times, this cleaning trick is one to keep handy. All you need: distilled white vinegar, paper towels, a spray bottle, and an old toothbrush for scrubbing. Lay paper towels soaked in vinegar along the shower door tracks, and leave them there for 30 minutes. When the time's up, the grime should easily come off with a toothbrush. For tight spots, use a Q-tip.

For more, go to Cents-able Momma.

The average person spends a least a third of their life sleeping, so it's worth giving your bed a good cleaning every so often. In this hack beloved by Pinterest users, all you need is baking soda, essential oil and a vacuum cleaner. By the end of the cleaning, you'll be left with a dust-, dirt- and residue-free mattress, promising you a sweet slumber.

For more, go to Listotic.

Is your microfiber couch starting to look a little worse for the wear? While the material makes the couch extra cozy, it can showcase even minor stains. Have it looking like new again just by using rubbing alcohol and a bristle brush.

Swiffer replacement packs can cost up to $15, but there's a dollar store item that'll do the same job for much less. Yep, socks! Turn old socks into reusable static Swiffer cloths, and never look back.

For more, go to An English Accent.

As much as you care for your shoes, stains are inevitable. Remove them in no time with this nail polish remover trick.

For more, go to Better Housekeeper.

Tongs aren't just for the kitchen anymore. When you pair them with a washcloth and disinfectant spray, you've got a quick and easy way to clean your blinds. Using an old sock works too!


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How To Clean Your Kitchen Sink In 5 Easy Steps

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How To Clean A Smelly Shower Drain - DIY Solution That Works

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How To Clean Your Grill Grates Like A Grill Master

Whether you have porcelain, cast-iron, or stainless steel grill grates, we’ve got 4 fool-proof cleaning methods to get them looking good as new.

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How To Mop Hardwood Floors Safely And Swiftly

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How To Get Rid Of Stale Air In Your Home - 5 Easy Tips

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The Ultimate Weekly Cleaning Chart With Checklist Examples

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The Top 3 Methods For Cleaning Your Computer Screen

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Remove Insects From Your Home With Friendly Ingredients

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How To Make A Homemade Window Cleaner

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The kitchen cabinets are the essential consideration for many homeowners.

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Depending on the condition of the cabinets we usually stick to the medium and coarse bristles.

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Grease coating your kitchen cabinets may stubbornly resist normal cleaning methods.

The idea of emptying out your entire kitchen may sound overwhelming, but if you.

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Lemon juice can be used to clean kitchen cabinets.

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Watch our short video to learn how to get them shining like new.

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When it's time for cleaning, use our tips for the best way to clean kitchen cabinets tailored to individual cabinet styles.

So how can you make the cabinets change their face?

With the proper dose of light and deep cleaning you can keep your cabinets looking new for many years.

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The best way to clean kitchen cabinets.

The kitchen cabinets also seem to be prone to greasy residue because of grease splashing around the kitchen from cooking.

Kitchen cabinets get greasy and grimy quickly.

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But did you know that if cleaned and kept properly, kitchen cabinets can last for a long.

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Kitchen cabinets get greasy and grimy quickly.

Cleaning kitchen cabinets is one of those jobs that's all too easy to neglect.

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Here's the right way to clean kitchen cabinets, including removing how to find the best sunscreen type for you.

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Kitchen cabinet materials usually include metal, plastic, laminate, painted wood, and vinyl.

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Because it is usually a high traffic area that gets daily use, kitchens get dirtier, faster than other areas of the home.

The kitchen cabinets also seem to be prone to greasy residue because of grease splashing around the kitchen from cooking.

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Your cabinets deserve attention just as much as the rest of your furniture.

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While a bit tedious, cleaning kitchen cabinets isn't difficult, nor does it call for smelly or potentially toxic chemicals.

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Your cabinets deserve attention just as much as the rest of your furniture.

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Distilled vinegar mixed with water to bring the cabinets to a high shine.

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Luckily, cleaning kitchen cupboards isn't as scary.

To clean kitchen cabinets that have painted surfaces, the safest and most effective method is to wipe down with mild dish soap and warm water.


How to Clean Dirty Sheet Pans

Learn the best ways to clean a dirty sheet pan and keep it clean. Use baking soda and vinegar, dryer sheets, or hydrogen peroxide and baking soda to clean your sheet pans.

Learn the best ways to clean your sheet pans and remove stubborn stains.

If you&aposre like me, sheet pans are probably some of your most well-loved and perpetually dirty kitchen items. No amount of scrubbing and soaking seems to get any of that burnt residue off. Sometimes it&aposs time to set soap and water aside and look for new methods of cleaning stubborn stains and residue. So before you toss those dirty pans, give these methods of cleaning sheet pans a try.

Try Baking Soda and Vinegar

This method uses items you&aposll already have in your cupboard to help loosen the residue and keep your pans clean.

  • Fill your sink with hot water and add equal parts baking soda and white vinegar (about half a cup of each). Make sure your sink is plugged.
  • Submerge your pans in the mixture and allow them to soak for between 30 minutes to an hour.
  • Use some elbow grease and give the pan a serious scrub, using the coarse side of a sponge. Scrub in a circular motion to avoid noticeable scratching (although some scratching may still occur).
  • Once you&aposve scrubbed to your heart&aposs content, give the pan a good hand wash with soap and water to remove the vinegar smell, and dry immediately to avoid rust.

Try Dryer Sheets

Yes, you read that right. This laundry room staple works wonders on grimy sheet pans.

  • Leave your sheet pan in the sink or on the counter. Add one or two dryer sheets and dish soap, and fill the pan with warm water. Let it sit for 2 to 3 hours.
  • When you return, throw out the dryer sheets and dump the water out of the pan. Any caked-on food should lift easily with soap, water, and a sponge.

Try Peroxide and Baking Soda

Go scrounge up the hydrogen peroxide from your first aid supplies because this method makes cleaning dirty sheet pans a breeze. It should be noted that this method is likely too harsh for sheet pans with non-stick coatings.

  • Start by mixing baking soda and hydrogen peroxide into a paste.
  • Spread the mixture across the surface of the pan and allow it to sit for 2 to 3 hours.
  • Use a sponge to wipe away the paste. No harsh scrubbing should be needed!

How to Keep Your Sheet Pans Clean?

Now that your pan is free of grime and gunk, let&aposs keep it that way. The simplest way to keep your pans clean all the time is to use parchment paper or aluminum foil when cooking with them. And remember, scratches and stains are signs of your pans being put to good use, and that&aposs not such a bad thing.