Simple, fast method for removing baked on stains from glass pans or oven racks using basic items in your kitchen

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  • MYO: Glassware Scrubby

    Yesterday I reached into a cupboard to retrieve a pyrex glassware pan and discovered that my kids weren't doing such a great job on their chores! If you have baked on food on a glass pan or oven rack, don't sweat it- here's a tried and true simple tip for removing it fast.

    Ball up a small piece of aluminum foil, add a bit of dishwashing liquid and hot water to the pan and scrub lightly. This is an excellent way to reuse aluminum foil & will have your pans looking new in no time.

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    Comments 8 Comments
    1. Debbie Russell's Avatar
      Debbie Russell -
      I also save the plastic netting from ham, turkey, or onion bags. Then cut them into "scrubby" sizes. They work great and didn't cost anything extra.
    1. Normacooks's Avatar
      Normacooks -
      Love the idea about the faoil and the comment above about the plastic netting. Can't wait to give then both a try.
    1. indigomoss's Avatar
      indigomoss -
      I also make balls of foil to throw in the dryer ,it eliminates static cling
    1. Skykai's Avatar
      Skykai -
      Great ideas! Thanks.
    1. MaryI95's Avatar
      MaryI95 -
      I got to try these ideas. Thanks.
    1. TeresaThomas's Avatar
      TeresaThomas -
      Thanks for the scrubby idea. I will have to try it. I think I will try the foil in the dryer idea too. We have a lot of static.
    1. Gasboy's Avatar
      Gasboy -
      Can't wait to try this out sounds great
    1. SCMary's Avatar
      SCMary -
      No matter what I always learn something when I come to this site. I will use both ideas. Thanks ladies for posting.


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