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Cooking Spray Baked onto Glass Baking Dish?

posted by lwhite

Heloise Hints, Removing NonStick Spray, Cleaning pots and pansWhile sprays are convenient, they also leave a yucky mess over time, if they are not cleaned well after each use. Here’s what to do:

To get rid of baked-on cooking spray from a glass baking dish, put the dish into the sink and spray liberally with oven cleaner (used for cold oven). Allow it to stay on for a couple of minutes and then scrub well. You probably will have to repeat this several times to eliminate all the sticky stuff.



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