New Life For Old Cookie Sheets
By Laura Kelly-Pifer
I’m all about making things quick and easy. As a busy mom, it has to be that way and standing at the sink, scrubbing cookie sheets can be pretty time consuming. A few weeks ago, I ran across a recipe for a “magic cleaner.” And, low and behold, after using a cookie sheet the other day, I decided to give it a try. The only thing I had to really do was wait. Thankfully, I didn’t have a need to use the sheet anytime soon, so it worked out perfectly to do this little experiment while I was away at work.
Here’s a “before” picture of one of my cookie sheets. As you can see, it’s fairly stained but usable.
Here’s what you’ll need:
You’ll want to mix the peroxide and baking soda until it forms a paste and then spread over the cookie sheet like so.
Next, you’ll want to set it aside and wait a few hours and allow the magic to happen. A few hours later, I returned and rinsed the cookie sheet. I did not “scrub” it, simply rinsed and rubbed it with my scrubber.
BOOM! It’s like a new cookie sheet. Now, I still need to clean up the edges but I was VERY happy with the results that I got. This was quick and easy and I will be trying it on my other cookie sheets as well. I feel that anyone can do this with minimal effort and bring new life for their old cookie sheets.
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Laura Kelly-Pifer is a Fitness Coach who strives to help others by giving hope and support to those that are dissatisfied with their current situation. Whether you are lacking physically, emotionally, financially, or nutritionally she is here to help you see REAL RESULTS!