Over time, cookie sheets become rusty and old. Once you replace them with shiny new ones, you may wonder what to do with your old cookie sheets. Though they aren’t suitable for baking any longer, repurpose them as something totally different and cool.
People will be surprised at what was formerly a plain old cookie sheet once you get done recycling it. It’s good for the environment and less wasteful to recycle items instead of tossing them aside.
STEP 1: Combine baking soda and hydrogen peroxide.
Pour about ¼ cup baking soda into any type of bowl. Then, slowly add the hydrogen peroxide a few drops at a time, stirring as you go. (Don’t worry if you get a bit of fizzing.)
Obtaining the ideal thick paste consistency generally requires two to three tablespoons of hydrogen peroxide. If you add a little too much liquid, even it out with some more baking soda.
STEP 2: Set up your workspace to clean the sheets.
Place your dirty cookie sheet pan flat in the sink or a washtub. If you don’t have a big enough basin, lay a large old towel on your kitchen counter and place the dirty pan on top.
STEP 3: Apply the cleaning paste…
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