Cleaning Baking Dishes Using Peroxide

I used to have a formula to clean the brown stuff off baking dishes. I think it had peroxide in it. I tried a few combos but just can't remember what it was.

Anne from Utah

June 6, 20080 found this helpful

Was it cream of tartar and white vinegar?

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June 7, 20080 found this helpful

For an inexpensive cleaner (porcelain, glass, etc.) purchase Whiting in the paint dept. It's non-abrasive, super fine powder for polishing, cleaning glass. (It's primary use is for thickening paint, and is the 'white' powder that remains after polishing the will not scratch glass; only your applicator does, so use a soft, cotton cloth).

1) Sprinkle Whiting on the baking dish.

2) Use a damp, soapy terry cloth to wipe away the burned, soiled dish.

Think your stove is clean?? Spritz the stove top and sprinkle Whiting and wipe'll see the whiting find all those spots that still contain areas that aren't clean :))

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Anonymous Flag
June 10, 20080 found this helpful

I use barkeepers friend. Available at Walmart. It makes my white corningware look brand new again.

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