How to bring up baking trays new again.

(17 Posts)
ShyFox Sun 25-Sep-16 08:26:45

Is there a way to salvage them or do I need to buy new ones (again!)?

NotWithoutMyMerkin Sun 25-Sep-16 08:28:24

Watching

Eminybob Sun 25-Sep-16 08:32:48

Watching too

StrawberrytallCake Sun 25-Sep-16 08:33:51

I read a tip and saw some pictures from a cooking group I'm part of - apparently ammonia left on for a couple of days makes them as new again!

StrawberrytallCake Sun 25-Sep-16 08:35:31

Even better for a week if you can live without them for that long. Ammonia can be bought from Robert Dyas.

Tubbyinthehottub Sun 25-Sep-16 08:38:02

Get some Pyrex ones. They last forever and go in the dishwasher

ShyFox Sun 25-Sep-16 08:56:11

tubby do you mean the non stick pyrex ones like these

www.amazon.co.uk/Pyrex-Classic-Stick-Oven-33X25cm/dp/B000W9E54G

Whilst lookin for that I also discovered they do glass ones! But I'm thinking maybe food will take longer to cook and perhaps not be as crispy with glass.

JeNeSuisPasVotreMiel Sun 25-Sep-16 08:59:51

I'm watching too - are we talking about metal ones?
Tip - ammonia is free and readily available in all households. ...

Tubbyinthehottub Sun 25-Sep-16 09:04:15

ShyFox, I meant glass ones

wobblywonderwoman Sun 25-Sep-16 09:05:34

I use brillo pads but that's on the stainless steel types.

StrawberrytallCake Sun 25-Sep-16 09:33:57

Jenesuis are you suggesting OP does a wee on her baking trays? shock

bingohandjob Sun 25-Sep-16 22:03:44

Best baking trays are Silverwood - properly conduct the heat, don't buckle but I'd suggest using with baking/parchment (massive roll from costco lasted me years) and they can't go in dishwasher. If you do have to go the replacement route, worth considering.

JustGettingStarted Sun 25-Sep-16 22:06:23

I used to try and get metal baking trays like new. Oven cleaner can be useful.

But really, I stopped bothering. I consider the brown stuff to be similar to the seasoning on a cast iron pan. It doesn't affect the flavour of things I bake on them.

trinity0097 Mon 26-Sep-16 20:31:23

I only buy cheap ones and replace when they get too bad!

user1474922142 Mon 26-Sep-16 21:48:55

if you want to give your baking trays a good clean then i would recommend using this oven cleaning set it cuts through grease and grime and will make your baking trays look like new.

cheapandcheerful Tue 27-Sep-16 11:05:55

I haven't tried it but I want to say scrub with bicarb of soda and wire wool?

PinkSwimGoggles Tue 27-Sep-16 11:08:19

are they stainless steel or enamel?
then I would place it on the hob. half fill with water and add a scoop ob bio washing powder.
bring to boil. switch off and scrub once cool. most stuff should come off.
rinse well.

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