Hello everyone, ello, welcome to the life tips class, learn some tips every day to make our lives better, usually when using the bakeware, it is easy to get dirty, baked goods and residues in the food will get stuck on the bakeware . It can be difficult to remove baked goods, but soaking the cleaner in the cleaner can help. You can use a combination of baking soda and hydrogen peroxide or ammonia. After soaking the bakeware, it should be easy to clean when scrubbing with steel wool. Let's take a look at the specific methods!
1. Using baking soda and hydrogen peroxide, sprinkle baking soda on the baking sheet. First, take some baking soda from your pantry. Sprinkle a thin layer on the baking sheet. Make sure that the entire surface of the paper is covered with a layer of baking soda. After adding the baking soda, pour a layer of hydrogen peroxide on the baking soda. If you do not have hydrogen peroxide, you can buy it at any pharmacy.
2. Add the second layer of baking soda and sprinkle another layer of baking soda on the baking sheet. Make sure to cover the entire surface with a light dust of baking soda. This will ensure that the bakeware is clean. Let the mixture sit for two hours. Baking soda and hydrogen peroxide need to be immersed in the flakes to break down dirt and debris. Leave it for about two hours. Place it on a flat surface without interference. If you have children or pets, please put the bakeware out of the hungry place.
3. Wipe your pot, take a rough sponge or rag. Wipe the baking soda and hydrogen peroxide from the pot. After the pan is soaked, debris can easily accumulate. If there is any lingering baking soda after wiping the pan, you can rinse it off with water.
4. Use ammonia and steel wool to put the baking tray into the bag, and add half a cup of ammonia. Take a plastic bag large enough to hold the baking tray. Pour half a cup of ammonia into the bag. Seal the bag completely and leave the pot outside for one day. Ammonia takes about a day to break down the crumbs on the baking sheet. Place the paper somewhere outside, such as a porch or balcony, where it is exposed to sunlight. This helps ammonia break down the grease and stains on the oil pan. Ammonia is toxic, so keep the pot out of the reach of animals and children.
5. Scrub the pot with steel wool. After one day, remove the pot from the bag. Use a steel wool sponge to scrub the pot. This should remove any accumulated dirt, debris and grease. Rinse the pan thoroughly. Before using the pot again, it is very important to rinse the ammonia completely. Rinse the pot under running water or with a clean damp cloth. Before using it again, make sure to remove all remaining traces of ammonia from the pot.