I love getting new cookie sheets as gifts because they are shiny and clean. But after the first use and cleaning, the pans already look icky. Once they are well-loved, my old favorites look grungy and bleh. I’ve found a solution that doesn’t involve chemicals, only a natural cleaner you might already have in your home.
Clean your grimy cookie sheets with Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soap with tea tree. It takes some elbow grease and scrubbing but the shine is lovely!
I usually buy this soap when it goes on sale at my natural food store for $9.99. Amazon has a good price on Dr. Bronner’s Castile Soap with Tea Tree and you don’t have to use gas to get it.
Photo courtesy of DIY Home Sweet Home.
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