Just look at that shine!! Not long after I started using these sheet pans, they began turning brown. I scrubbed and scrubbed but could never get them looking like new again. Until now…
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This post is an updated post originally published on DIYHSH April, 2012.
I read somewhere that tea tree oil is good for cleaning baked on grease. I didn’t have any tea tree oil on hand but I did have this!! Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soap with tea tree
As you can tell from the photo I only had a small amount left. (Actually I meant to throw this nearly empty bottle in the trash but forgot about it) But even with that tiny amount I was still able to shine one corner.
I just dumped it on the pan and start scrubbing. It did take quite a bit of scrubbing but I think it was worth it.
Also, if you have not purchased Dr. Bronner’s soap before, it is fairly expensive.
(my daughter has allergies to soap and this is the only brand that seems to help)
This bottle cost $10. However, if you are only using it to shine your pans, a little goes a long way.