How do you clean oxidized aluminum cookie sheets?
Scrub It. If the item is shallow or the exterior is also discolored, mix a paste of baking soda and white vinegar, says Nogales-Hernandez. Spread it all over and let stand a few minutes. Wipe it away with a steel-wool pad, then rinse and dry.
How do you make cookie sheets look new again?
What you do: Sprinkle baking soda on the sheet, follow it up with some hydrogen peroxide and then sprinkle more baking soda on top. Let it sit for as long as two hours, then wipe it all away with a rag or coarse sponge. Voilà: good as new!
How do you remove brown stains from aluminum pans?
Mix ½ cup baking soda and ½ cup white vinegar with hot water in the sink. (We prefer Heinz white vinegar and Arm and Hammer baking soda, but this will work with any brands really.) It will bubble up like a school science project, but that reaction is what helps loosen the residue.
How do you deep clean a cookie sheet?
Keep a bottle in your cleaning caddy and break it out to clean cookie sheets along with baking soda. Sprinkle a scorched pan with baking soda and pour hydrogen peroxide ($0.95, Target) over it, followed by another layer of baking soda. Let the mixture sit on the pan for up to two hours.
How do you clean cookie sheets with Coke?
Fill the pan with Coca-Cola. Allow it to set in the pan for several hours, or until the food is loosened. Use a scraper to remove as much of the residue as possible, then clean with a plastic scrubber to scrub away the rest. Wash as usual.