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Is there a good way of removing burned on Pam Spray for bakeware?

I have this problem on both Pyrex and non-stick baking dishes. How can it be removed?

7 Responses to “Is there a good way of removing burned on Pam Spray for bakeware?”

  • peaches6:

    Put baking soda and water on them and let them soak overnight. Clean off the next day. Good Luck!

  • Andrea:

    on the pyrex you can use oven cleaner. I wouldn’t suggest using it on teflon, or coated ones. Just take it outside, spray it come back a couple of hours later and hose them off.

  • grand lake bum:

    oven cleaner

  • robert r:

    don`t use brillo it will score the glass and cause heat failure the next time its heated. as for the non-stick–plastic scrubbing pads w/ hot soapy water, lots of elbow grease

  • Andrew B:

    baking powder mixed with water and letting it soak for 20 minutes has removed anything off of everything i own in my kitchen

  • D J:

    Fill the pan with water & place a new dryer sheet in the pan. The enzymes will loosen the burned on gunk.

  • C3R3ZA13:

    BUY THIS SPRAY THAT CAN BE FOUND IN THE CELANING SECTION OF YOUR LOCAL STORE IT’S CALLED GREASED LIGHTNING, WHEN YOU GET IT SPRAY IT THE PAN, LET IT SOAK THE WASH IT OFF

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