removing grease stains from nonstick baking pans

@suspenseful (40314)
Canada
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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8 responses
• United States
3 Nov 08
If Heloise does not have the answer, nobody does. http://www.heloise.com/
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@suspenseful (40314)
• Canada
3 Nov 08
I guess I am stuck, unless I do with the other suggestions and get some goo gone. It seems that nothing works.
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• United States
3 Nov 08
Ask Heloise...she is very popular in the USA.
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@suspenseful (40314)
• Canada
3 Nov 08
I tried it. Tried baking soda, and that only worked part way, not all the way.
@Lakota12 (42681)
• United States
3 Nov 08
Why not it just shows you have been baking I Would think that is a good sign!
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@suspenseful (40314)
• Canada
4 Nov 08
It might also show that one does not clean the dishes properly. Or one does not spend all day in the kitchen scrubbing everything until it sparkles.
@Lakota12 (42681)
• United States
4 Nov 08
thats is silly if any one know ya they know you scub. I would hate you to look at my pans and pots! Ya clean them and put them up I havent all day to scub on pots and pans have other places in the house I have to scrub!
@kerriannc (4280)
• Jamaica
3 Nov 08
Why don't you buy some degreaser (ask for the house cleaning one). Put some soap and pour some of the degreaser leave it for a minute and then you will see the beauty of it.
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@suspenseful (40314)
• Canada
9 Nov 08
I can do that. I will have to find one that works with dishes and does not dissolve the non stick finish.
• United States
3 Nov 08
Try a degreaser. Not a dish degreaser, I'm talking heavy duty. My wife has products that would take it off if you are interested too.
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@kerriannc (4280)
• Jamaica
3 Nov 08
The heavy duty degreaser will damage her pan. The heavy duty degreaser is for engine etc. The dish degreaser can be assistance to her. Even the AXION can be used.
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@AmbiePam (51159)
• 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.
@suspenseful (40314)
• Canada
3 Nov 08
I do not know if it has it, but I will check and see. Thanks.
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@stephcjh (32327)
• United States
3 Nov 08
I bet Scrubbing Bubbles woudl take it right off of there. Spray it on and wipe it clean. It is non-abrasive.
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@suspenseful (40314)
• Canada
9 Nov 08
That should work. If it works for the bathroom it should work for the cookie sheet/
@mipen2006 (5528)
• Australia
3 Nov 08
I'd put the question on the Internet, and you should get answers from people who have hed the same problem. Sorry I personally san't he;p you.
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@suspenseful (40314)
• Canada
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.
@Shar19 (8236)
• United States
2 Nov 08
I can't wait to hear some answers on this one. I've been having this problem for years. My pans have the cooking spray stains all over them. I feel like I've tried everything to get the stains out. Someone please help us!
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@suspenseful (40314)
• Canada
3 Nov 08
I thought I was the only one. I watch Rachel Ray and she has the same type of cooking sheets as I use. Maybe she throws hers away after they get stained.