How To Clean Baking Sheets: The 3 Best Methods (2022)

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It’s pretty amazing how quickly baking sheets can lose their brand-new shine and develop that infamous patina of brown, crusty, baked-on grease. And while there’s an argument to be made in favor of having that “well-used” look on your cookware and kitchen tools, baking sheets can easily get to the point where they just look… dirty.

But as most people (including myself) have discovered the hard way, that stubborn layer of grease isn’t easy to remove! It’s impervious to dish soap and water and most other standard cleaning methods, and many people have chosen to simply throw in the towel and say that it’s impossible to truly clean baking sheets.

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But I always love a good challenge, especially one that involves solving a tricky cleaning problem! And after hours and hours of research, testing, and scrubbing, I’ve zeroed in on the three best methods for cleaning baking sheets, and I’ll be sharing those here with you today! :-)

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A Note About Baking Sheet Materials

This post is written with aluminum baking sheets in mind, and more specifically, raw or bare aluminum baking sheets. If your baking sheets have a non-stick coating (which many aluminized steel baking sheets do), it’s best to stick to gentler cleaners and avoid heavy duty tools like steel wool, which can easily ruin their delicate finish.

And if you’re not really sure which material your pans are made of, make sure to test any method or cleaner on a little patch of the pan first to make sure it won’t damage it.

How To Clean Baking Sheets: The 3 Best Methods

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1. Baking Soda And Hydrogen Peroxide

Sprinkle the pan with baking soda to form an even layer. Pour some hydrogen peroxide into a spray bottle (or screw a spray top directly onto the peroxide bottle) and use it to spray enough hydrogen peroxide to wet the baking soda.

Let the ingredients sit on the baking sheet for about two hours. After letting it sit, use a gloved hand or a sponge to scrub the baking sheet, and the baking soda mixture should quickly darken from all the loosened grease.

Rinse the baking soda mixture off of the baking sheet and check your progress on the stains. If it’s not quite clean yet, repeat the cleaning process again to remove the remaining grime.

Why It Works

Baking soda and hydrogen peroxide is one of my all-time favorite cleaning duos. (You can read all about this “miracle cleaner” and the various ways I’ve put it to good use in this post!)

It works equally well for cleaning grimy baking sheets, but I’ve found the most success when I’ve included a third ingredient: time. That baked-on gunk and grime may be stubborn, but giving the combination of baking soda and hydrogen peroxide time to do their thing really minimizes the amount of elbow grease you need to use to remove it!

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2. Cream Of Tartar And White Vinegar

Sprinkle cream of tartar evenly across the surface of the baking sheet. Pour some white vinegar into a spray bottle, then add it to the cream of tartar by spraying it with enough vinegar to wet it.

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Allow the tartar mixture to dry on the baking sheet for at least eight hours (overnight is perfect.) After the wait, use a bit of hot water and a sponge or scrub brush to scrub the baking sheet thoroughly.

After giving it some elbow grease, rinse the baking sheet with warm water and check your progress, then repeat the process if necessary.

Why It Works

While it may seem strange to sprinkle on cream of tartar as a cleaning ingredient, it’s not so surprising when you consider where it comes from! Cream of tartar is a powdery byproduct of the winemaking process, derived from the tartaric acid present in grapes.

By pairing cream of tartar with an acidic liquid like white vinegar (which contains acetic acid), you form a cleaning paste that can remove tarnish and grease from metals like aluminum, brass, and copper and restore their shine!

(Note: Some people make the mistake of using baking soda instead of cream of tartar in this method. Although mixing baking soda and vinegar will produce a reaction, the reaction is short lived and ultimately won’t be any more effective than soap and water.)

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3. Bar Keepers Friend

And finally, there’s good old Bar Keepers Friend. Available as both a scouring powder and a cleaning paste, Bar Keepers Friend often succeeds at removing messes from metal where other cleaners fall short!

After donning a pair of cleaning gloves, simply apply a bit of Bar Keepers Friend to a grimy sheet pan and scrub with a sponge or brush. According to the directions on the container, you’re not supposed to leave this cleaner on a surface for more than a few minutes. The best way I’ve found is to clean smaller sections of the baking sheet one at a time, rinsing each section thoroughly with warm water after scrubbing.

Continue scrubbing your way around the baking sheet until the food stains are gone. Easy!

Why It Works

Bar Keepers Friend is another one of my top cleaners for tough tasks, because very few things work more effectively when it comes to cleaning aluminum, steel, ceramic, copper, and more. The secret to its success (which should come as no surprise at this point) is acid—oxalic acid, in this case.

Oxalic acid, which occurs naturally in plants like rhubarb, spinach, and sorrel, packs more of a punch than tartaric and acetic acids. It breaks down the molecular bonds that make tarnish, rust, and other tough stains so hard to remove, and it leaves behind an impressive shine too!

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Because the oxalic acid and other ingredients are so strong, it’s especially important to be careful when using Bar Keepers Friend. Always wear gloves when cleaning with it, keep it away from your face, and be sure to rinse any surfaces it comes in contact with.

Bonus Tips For Keeping Baking Sheets Clean

  • Once you’ve cleaned up your baking sheets and restored their shine, ensure that your hard work doesn’t go to waste by using these tips to keep them clean:
  • When you know whatever you’re going to cook or bake will leave behind a mess, line your sheet pans with aluminum foil before using them. The mess will stay contained to the tin foil, and you can throw it out afterward!
  • Whenever possible, try to hand wash your baking sheets soon after using them. The less time a mess has to sit, the easier it will be to clean.
  • After washing your them with soap and water, dry your clean cookie sheets thoroughly to keep bacteria at bay and to avoid rusting.

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How to Clean Baking Sheets (Step by Step)

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Ready to make your old baking sheets look like new again? These three cleaning methods will have them sparkling in no time flat.

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Yield 1 spotless cookie sheet

Equipment

  • Dirty Baking Sheet

Ingredients

  • Baking Soda
  • Hydrogen Peroxide
  • Cream of Tartar
  • White Vinegar
  • Bar Keeper's Friend

Instructions

Using Baking Soda And Hydrogen Peroxide

Using Cream Of Tartar And White Vinegar

  • Sprinkle cream of tartar evenly across the surface of the baking sheet. Pour some white vinegar into a spray bottle, then add it to the cream of tartar by spraying it with enough vinegar to wet it.

    Allow the tartar mixture to dry on the baking sheet for at least eight hours (overnight is perfect.) After the wait, use a bit of hot water and a sponge or scrub brush to scrub the baking sheet thoroughly.

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    After giving it some elbow grease, rinse the baking sheet with warm water and check your progress, then repeat the process if necessary.

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Using Bar Keeper's Friend

  • And finally, there’s good old Bar Keepers Friend. Available as both a scouring powder and a cleaning paste, Bar Keepers Friend often succeeds at removing messes from metal where other cleaners fall short!

    After donning a pair of cleaning gloves, simply apply a bit of Bar Keepers Friend to a grimy sheet pan and scrub with a sponge or brush. According to the directions on the container, you’re not supposed to leave this cleaner on a surface for more than a few minutes. The best way I’ve found is to clean smaller sections of the baking sheet one at a time, rinsing each section thoroughly with warm water after scrubbing.

    Continue scrubbing your way around the baking sheet until the food stains are gone. Easy!

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FAQs

What is the best way to clean baking sheets? ›

Soak the sheet pan with a mixture of 1 Tbsp. baking soda, a few drops of dish soap, and hot water for one hour to overnight. After soaking, you should be able to scrub away any debris or stains. For non-stick pans, avoid heavy-duty or abrasive scrubbing.

How do you clean cookie sheets to look new? ›

What you need: Hydrogen peroxide, baking soda and a rag or coarse sponge. What you do: Sprinkle baking soda on the sheet, follow it up with some hydrogen peroxide and then sprinkle more baking soda on top. Let it sit for as long as two hours, then wipe it all away with a rag or coarse sponge. Voilà: good as new!

How do you clean baking sheets with vinegar? ›

Try Baking Soda and Vinegar

Fill a sink with hot water. Add equal parts baking soda and white vinegar (about half a cup of each). Submerge your pans in the mixture and allow them to soak for between 30 minutes to an hour. Use some elbow grease and give the pan a serious scrub, using the coarse side of a sponge.

How do you clean baking sheets without baking soda? ›

Submerge your dirty baking sheet and let it soak for 30–60 minutes, then scrub off the grime with a scouring pad, the rough side of a scrubby sponge, or steel wool. The steel wool will likely leave some scratches on your baking sheet, which we'd argue give it character.

How do you deep clean baking trays? ›

Don't throw out your dirty oven trays
  1. Cover your baking tray in hot, soapy water.
  2. Leave it for 30 minutes.
  3. Once that time is up, scrub the tray with a 2p coin using a circular motion.
  4. Rinse the baking tray and clean the tray in a dishwasher as normal.

How do you clean old pans? ›

Pour a small layer of equal parts water and white vinegar on the bottom of the pan. Heat the diluted vinegar on the stovetop and allow it to come to a boil. After it boils for a minute, remove it from the heat and drain the vinegar down the sink.

How do I clean a pan always? ›

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How do you make old pans look new again? ›

A combo of baking soda, hydrogen peroxide, and time helps old pans look brand-new. Baking soda to the rescue again! When your glassware builds up a not-so-appetizing layer of burnt-on grease, all you need is baking soda, a little soap, aluminum foil, and an old toothbrush.

How do you get baked on grease off a cookie sheet? ›

The method: Make a paste with baking soda and vinegar and spread it on the surface of the pan. Let it sit for 30 minutes, then scrub away with a damp sponge. Rinse, wash with warm soapy water.

What is baking soda and hydrogen peroxide good for? ›

Studies have shown that baking soda and peroxide together can kill some of the bugs that cause gum disease, reduce plaque and reduce gum inflammation. Did you know that it can also whiten teeth? Stir mixture into paste-like consistency.

Can you mix baking soda and white vinegar together? ›

When baking soda is mixed with vinegar, the acid breaks down baking soda, releasing carbon dioxide gas that can help lift dirt from the surfaces being cleaned. Here are some recipes to try. Freshen your sink by mixing one part of baking soda with two parts of vinegar.

How do you clean a cookie sheet with vinegar and baking soda? ›

Step 1: Add one part baking soda to two parts white vinegar to form a paste. Step 2: Spread the paste over the baking sheet and let sit for 30 minutes. Step 3: Scrub the mixture away with a damp sponge. Step 4: Rinse the baking sheet and wash with warm soapy water.

How do you clean oxidized aluminum cookie sheets? ›

Soak It. If the pan is deep enough, fill it with water, plus a few tablespoons of lemon juice or cream of tartar, says Varney. Boil 10 minutes and drain. This should lift the dark coating, which you can then sponge off with soap and water.

How do you clean cookie sheets with baking soda and peroxide? ›

Process: Using a 1:1 ratio of baking soda and hydrogen peroxide, form a paste by mixing the two together in a small bowl. Spread the paste evenly over the surface of the baking sheet. Let the paste sit on the pan for at least 2 hours or up to 8 hours for bigger messes.

How do you clean cookie sheets with dryer sheets? ›

Step 1: Place a dryer sheet on the baking sheet. Then fill the pan with warm water and let it sit overnight. Step 2: In the morning, take a sponge and wipe the pan clean. The stains should be easy to remove, leaving your pan looking as good as new.

Does boiling celery clean pans? ›

Yes, celery, the vegetable. According to Blossom all you need to do is chop up a few stalks of celery, put them in the burnt pot along with water and bring the “celery soup” to boil. Keep boiling until the black scum dislodges itself and lifts off from the bottom of your pot as you can see in the picture.

How do you clean tough oven stains? ›

Cleaning Your Oven with Baking Soda and Vinegar
  1. Sprinkle baking soda liberally over the stain.
  2. Spritz with water, or a 3:1 water to white vinegar solution. ...
  3. Let sit for 15-20 minutes, after your oven has cooled.
  4. Wipe up baking soda and dissolved food with wet paper towels.

What is prepared baking sheet? ›

The proper preparation of a baking sheet depends on the recipe. It usually means applying something to the sheet to prevent sticking of the baked good. Grease, butter, oil, or cooking spray are typical preparations.

What do you put on a baking sheet? ›

Parchment paper and silicone mats extend the life of your cookie sheets by preventing discoloration. Both products also make it easier to transfer delicate holiday cookies to cooking racks. Just-baked cookies can be transferred to a cooling rack on the parchment paper or mats themselves.

What material is used for baking sheets? ›

Here are some of your options when it comes to Baking Sheets:
  1. Stainless Steel: Stainless steel is an incredibly durable material that won't stain. ...
  2. Copper: Copper is well-known for its heat-conducting properties, which means your recipes will bake quickly and evenly. ...
  3. Glass: Glass is not a great heat conductor.

How do I get the black off the bottom of my pots and pans? ›

Sprinkle the bottom of the pan liberally with baking soda and let the pan cool. Using a wet scouring sponge or nylon brush, scrub the pot bottom vigorously. Wash and dry as normal once all stains and scorched bits have been removed.

How do you get the black off the bottom of a pan? ›

For copper, ceramic, or stainless steel pans, a mild acid—like lemon juice, lime juice, white vinegar, or even tomato paste or ketchup—can help break down stubborn stains and grease spots. To use acid to clean a burnt pan, soak the pan bottom in the acid for ten minutes.

How do you clean the bottom of a pan without baking soda? ›

Using Oven Cleaner to Clean Burnt Grease From Frying Pans

Coat the bottom of the pan in the oven cleaner. Let it sit for a few hours; overnight is best. Use a scrubbing pad to scrub the bottom. Clean in hot soapy water to remove any oven cleaner residue.

How do you clean a burnt pan with Coke? ›

Cola. Cola is super acidic and does well loosening burnt-on messes like caramel. Pour some in your pan, simmer gently, and then scrape the gunk off. Then sit back and enjoy a cola.

Why do pans get brown on the bottom? ›

Over time, oil and grease can stain your pots and pans brown. They'll still work just fine, but if you're all about keeping your kitchen sparkling clean, the stains have got to go. But scrubbing with a little bit of soap and water often just doesn't do the trick.

How do you get baked on grease off of stainless steel pans? ›

Add a hearty pour of baking soda (about ¼ cup or ½ cup), and then carefully place your pan in the water. Reduce the water to a gentle boil, and let the pan cook for about 15 to 30 minutes, flipping or rotating it if necessary, so that all the sides are boiled. You should start to see brown residue flaking off.

How do you make pots shiny? ›

Make sure your cookware is completely dry, then sprinkle the surface generously with baking soda. Rub it around the pan using a dry cloth or sponge, although a little water can help to create an abrasive paste. - Remove from heat and allow to soak for several hours. - Repeat process if necessary.

How do I make my pan look brand new? ›

Boil a quart of water and then add in two tablespoons of baking soda (more if you have a bigger pan). Stir with a wooden spoon or other non-abrasive utensil and allow the mixture to simmer for a few minutes. Rinse the scorched pan with hot water and dry thoroughly.

How do you make pots like new? ›

You need to use non-abrasive techniques: Start by filling your pot or pan with water and bringing it to a rolling boil for several minutes. Then pour the water out and use a nylon scrubber and dish soap to gently remove baked on food—you'll likely need to use a bit of elbow grease as well.

How do you clean a non stick silicone baking sheet? ›

Generously sprinkle baking soda all over the top. Wearing kitchen gloves, rub the baking soda and residual water droplets together to create a paste, concentrating mostly on the tough stains. Let the paste sit on the mats for 20 minutes, then rinse clean with very hot water. Dry on a drying rack or with a towel.

What should you not mix with hydrogen peroxide? ›

Hydrogen Peroxide + Vinegar

Combining them creates peracetic acid, which is potentially toxic and can irritate the skin, eyes, and respiratory system.

Why do my gums turn white when I use peroxide? ›

This is due to the higher concentration of hydrogen peroxide. When the bleaching trays lie on the edges of the gum, some patients' gums turn white in a few seconds and cause sensitivity.

Can I brush my teeth with hydrogen peroxide? ›

Several studies suggest that using hydrogen peroxide — whether in a commercial product or at home — can cause damage to your teeth. The risk of damage increases when you: use a very strong hydrogen peroxide solution, such as concentrations above 3 percent.

What is the best homemade cleaning solution? ›

Homemade All-Purpose Cleaner With Essential Oils
  • 3/4 cup water.
  • 1/4 cup rubbing alcohol.
  • 5 to 10 drops peppermint, lemon, or orange essential oil.
  • 1 squirt natural dish soap.
  • 16-ounce spray bottle.
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Can you leave baking soda and vinegar in drain overnight? ›

If it's still clogged, pour one cup of baking soda and one cup of vinegar down the drain, followed by two cups of boiling water. Let it work overnight to clear the drain.

What should you not mix with vinegar? ›

The Three Things You Should Never Mix with Vinegar
  1. Hydrogen peroxide + vinegar. You may assume that combining these two ingredients in the same bottle will boost their cleaning power, but it's more likely to increase your risk of going to the emergency room. ...
  2. Bleach + vinegar. ...
  3. Baking soda + vinegar.
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How do you clean aluminum pans with baking soda? ›

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Does vinegar remove oxidation from aluminum? ›

If you are cleaning a large aluminum surface, soak a cloth in vinegar, then wipe it across the oxidation. Scrub with a soft-bristled brush, then wipe away the vinegar and lifted oxidation with a damp cloth.

Can you use Bar Keepers on aluminum? ›

Bar Keepers Friend contains no bleach, so it can be used to safely clean stainless steel. This handy cleaner can also be used to clean copper alloys, such as brass and bronze, aluminum, ceramic, porcelain, glass, and Corion®.

Can I use Bar Keepers Friend on aluminum pans? ›

Get the grime off aluminum baking pans and keep them looking like new with our Bar Keepers Friend cleanser. If your aluminum baking pans are looking neglected, either our powdered Cleanser or our Cookware Cleanser & Polish are perfect for this type of tough job.

How do you remove baked on grease from oven trays? ›

If you like cleaning hacks that resemble a school science project, this tip is for you.
  1. Mix half a cup of baking soda and half a cup of white vinegar with hot water in the sink.
  2. Leave the baking tray to soak for 40 minutes.
  3. Scrub the baking tray with a non-scratch scouring pad.
  4. Complete! Your baking tray is nice and clean.
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Can you mix baking soda and white vinegar together? ›

When baking soda is mixed with vinegar, the acid breaks down baking soda, releasing carbon dioxide gas that can help lift dirt from the surfaces being cleaned. Here are some recipes to try. Freshen your sink by mixing one part of baking soda with two parts of vinegar.

What is baking soda and hydrogen peroxide good for? ›

Studies have shown that baking soda and peroxide together can kill some of the bugs that cause gum disease, reduce plaque and reduce gum inflammation. Did you know that it can also whiten teeth? Stir mixture into paste-like consistency.

How do you clean baked on grease? ›

Baking soda and vinegar
  1. Sprinkle baking soda in the pan.
  2. Spray with vinegar.
  3. Scrub with a sponge to remove burnt-on dirt (leave overnight for best results)
  4. Repeat process if needed.
19 Jul 2018

How do you clean oven racks with baking soda? ›

Fill your bathtub with hot soapy water, ensuring the racks are completely covered. Add one cup of baking soda and half a cup of dish detergent. Leave your steel oven racks to soak in the cleaning solution for 6-10 hours. Once soaked, wipe clean your steel oven racks using a microfibre cloth wet with warm soapy water.

What is the best homemade cleaning solution? ›

Homemade All-Purpose Cleaner With Essential Oils
  • 3/4 cup water.
  • 1/4 cup rubbing alcohol.
  • 5 to 10 drops peppermint, lemon, or orange essential oil.
  • 1 squirt natural dish soap.
  • 16-ounce spray bottle.
12 Feb 2021

Can you leave baking soda and vinegar in drain overnight? ›

If it's still clogged, pour one cup of baking soda and one cup of vinegar down the drain, followed by two cups of boiling water. Let it work overnight to clear the drain.

What should you not mix with vinegar? ›

The Three Things You Should Never Mix with Vinegar
  1. Hydrogen peroxide + vinegar. You may assume that combining these two ingredients in the same bottle will boost their cleaning power, but it's more likely to increase your risk of going to the emergency room. ...
  2. Bleach + vinegar. ...
  3. Baking soda + vinegar.
8 Feb 2019

What should you not mix with hydrogen peroxide? ›

Hydrogen Peroxide + Vinegar

Combining them creates peracetic acid, which is potentially toxic and can irritate the skin, eyes, and respiratory system.

Why do my gums turn white when I use peroxide? ›

This is due to the higher concentration of hydrogen peroxide. When the bleaching trays lie on the edges of the gum, some patients' gums turn white in a few seconds and cause sensitivity.

Can I brush my teeth with hydrogen peroxide? ›

Several studies suggest that using hydrogen peroxide — whether in a commercial product or at home — can cause damage to your teeth. The risk of damage increases when you: use a very strong hydrogen peroxide solution, such as concentrations above 3 percent.

What dissolves heavy grease and oil? ›

Baking soda is an alkali, which means it does a great job of dissolving grease. And because it's mild, it destroys grease without destroying the surface you're cleaning. Just mix 3 tablespoons of baking soda with 1 cup of water.

How do you get sticky residue off non stick pans? ›

Vinegar to the rescue! Bring one part vinegar and two parts water to a simmer, and then cool and wash with soap. This should take care of all the sticky residue that has built up on the pan over time. Test Kitchen tip: Don't use cooking sprays on your nonstick pan.

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