Preventing Rust on Baking Pans

Proper cleaning and storage should help keep your baking pans from getting rusty. This is a guide about how to prevent rust on baking pans.
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March 29, 2010 Flag
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I have a metal loaf pan that has rust on it. If I wash and dry the pan, I can get the rust off. But if I wait a few months before I use it, it is rusty again. Any suggestions for using this pan?

Is there a way to keep it from getting rusty? And if not, what else could I use it for? I read that you can use a loaf pan to grow green onions, but would it be safe to eat them?

By Lynn from Fort Lauderdale, FL

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March 29, 20100 found this helpful
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After it's dried, season it with a little oil, this should keep it from rusting again. I have to do the same thing with my wok.

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March 30, 20100 found this helpful
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I keep my baking pans rustfree by after washing them I put them in the heated oven for a while. It will dry them and get rid of any water in the seams. I have no rusty pans since I started doing this. Manny from Australia.

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March 31, 20100 found this helpful
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I line mine with parchment paper.

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March 29, 20100 found this helpful

Yes it will be safe to grow food in it, good luck.

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October 20, 20160 found this helpful

I have a pan that after I clean the rust out with soap and water then get it out to use again its rusty

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September 16, 2013 Flag
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Most of my baking dishes are made of tin, which is prone to rusting. After I pull a cake or other baked goods from my oven and put them on a cooling rack, I wash my dish well in soapy water and put it straight back into the cooling oven, upside down. The residual heat from the oven ensures that my metal dishes are absolutely dry and ready to be put away, once they have cooled down as the oven cools. This prevents them from rusting. I have cupcake pans and cake pans that are 20 years old and they have never rusted.

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