removing grease stains from nonstick baking pans
November 2, 2008 1:44pm CST
I have one of those nonstick baking pans, the kind you use for baking cookies. And now I have a grease stain on it. I cannot use one of the scrapers used for the regular metal pans. I tried using baking soda on it, and even baking soda and vinegar, but it still has that stain. I need help in removing it. The baking pan works, but it does not look brand new as it used to. Please? I do not want it to look as if I had it for centuries.
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• United States
3 Nov 08
Do stores in your area sell a product called Grease Lightning? It's amazing stuff. It works on grease on dishes, clothes, and carpet. You may have to let it sit in the pan for a while, but then you should be able to get a sponge or cloth, and it comes right off. My mom bought some and it worked so well my sister and I bought some as well.
3 Nov 08
Then what is the use of asking questions here on myLot? Besides the internet would want to sell me something. You know the selling stuff comes first. I was wondering whether someone here had a solution, like a homemade one. I know I tried the old standbyes, but they did not work.