Learn the S&S of Baking Pan Cleaning

baking panWhether you are making food in baking pans or using the baking pans to keep the oven clean, you still end up having to clean the pans. You might make sweet foods in a baking pan where the sugars stick and burn onto the pan. Or you might make foods with cheese, such as pizza bagels, where the excess cheese that fell off the bagels created the dark crusty spots on the baking pan in the photo. At this time of year, you might be making apple pie and putting the pie plate on a baking pan to keep any overflow of sugary juices from dripping onto the bottom of the oven. While you save time and effort by not having to clean the oven, you still have to clean the sticky burnt juices off of the baking pan.

For cleaning baking pans without non-stick coatings, the best method is S&S: Soaking and Scrigit Scraper. Soaking with a splash of dishwashing liquid helps soften and loosen the stuck on food. Then use a Scrigit Scraper cleaning tool to scrape off as much of the food as possible. Some additional soaking might be needed until all the food is easily scraped off. The Scrigit Scraper will not scratch your pans, and the compact size makes it easy to keep the tool handy by the kitchen sink. The top flat edge of the tool is best for scraping the flat bottom of the pans. The bottom rounded end is best for the edges and corners of the baking pans. Any remaining very small specks and greasy film can be cleaned off with a non-scratch scrubber sponge or a Brillo or S.O.S pad.

Learn more about how the versatile Scrigit Scraper can save you time and effort for a wide range of cleaning tasks.

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4 comments on “Learn the S&S of Baking Pan Cleaning
  1. bunny butt says:

    this sounds so helpful, i have gotten to the point i just use foil on everything

  2. Molli vandehey says:

    oooohhh… i run into this problem all the time. this thing just gets more useful!

  3. Sarah L says:

    Seems to be no end of the clever uses for this.

  4. Kristie says:

    I need this for my kitchen. Cheese is the worst! kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.

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