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Cleaning cooking and baking sheets

Cooking and baking is the best therapy that a girl could have, whenever she wants to get her mind off things she always goes for baking. But with baking comes the dirty baking and cooking trays, which most of us have no idea how to get the stains off. So House Cleaning Atlanta has some tips that will help you in cleaning your cooking and baking trays with the minimum amount of effort required.

1. Peroxide and baking soda

When house cleaning, the most effective way to clean the baking and cooking tray is with the use of baking soda and peroxide. For this all you need to do is make a mixture of baking soda and peroxide and apply it all over the tray. Then let it sit for about 2-3 hours. Then use a scrubber to scrub the tray. Once you see all the food particles have been scrubbed off then wash as normal. During house cleaning the only trouble this method has is that is time consuming.

 

2.  Baking soda and vinegar

When house cleaning and the baking tray needs to be cleaned, then this method should be applied. In this method sprinkle baking soda evenly across the baking tray, then pour vinegar all over the tray, see the baking soda fizz. For this method house cleaning recommends that you use equal amounts of both the ingredients. Let the mixture sit for an hour, scrub the tray and wash as normal.

 

3.   Aluminum foil

For this method house cleaning recommends that you clean/ wash the baking tray. Remove the food particles as much as you can, then dry the tray. Once done then make a ball out of aluminum foil and scuff out the burnt spots on the tray. Once you see that that brunt spots have been removed then use water and soap to clean the tray again.

 

4.  Washing soda and cream of tartar

When house cleaning the baking tray, another useful method is using the washing soda and cream of tartar. Sprinkle washing soda and cream of tartar all across the tray then add a few drops of water to make a paste and spread it all across the tray. Then let it sit for about 15-20 minutes. After that scrub the tray and wash as normal.

 

5. Potato and baking soda or dish soap

When house cleaning the baking and cooking trays potato can be a useful material to get the rust of the trays. For this method cut the potato in half and then use the cut side of the potato, dip it in baking soda or dish soap then scrub the tray with the potato. If the potato starts to get slick then cut the slice of and dip in the baking soda or dish soap again and repeat the process, until you see all the rust marks have cleaned. Once cleaned quickly rinse off the tray and dry it off.  

 

For more house cleaning tips you need to call your local House Cleaning Atlanta experts. Call House Cleaning Atlanta now.