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Topic Title: How to clean really old cake pans
Created On Tuesday May 18, 2010 3:50 PM
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watergate
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Posted: Tuesday May 18, 2010 3:50 PM

Hi does any one know how to make really old cake cakes look good again
 
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kimber300
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Posted: Tuesday May 18, 2010 4:43 PM
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try some vinegar. Just put a half a cup or so in your sink full of water. It might take a little elboy grease but it does work.
 
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watergate
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Posted: Tuesday May 18, 2010 8:12 PM

thanks I am going to try this when I am off the week-end got like 20 to clean. They belong to a friends grandmother and she gave them to me
 
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chefjonms
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Posted: Tuesday May 18, 2010 8:59 PM
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when i get older pans they often have some glue in them from where the insert was stuck to the pan. Many people do not remove this and just go ahead and bake in the pan. So you may need some "Goof Off" to remove this.

Also, if the pans you have were washed in a dishwasher, you won't be able to get them back to the original condition. You can still use the pans, but you will never get the shine back on the metal.
 
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MARIE J
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Posted: Tuesday May 18, 2010 9:46 PM

Try making a paste of lemon juice & baking soda !! Just rub in circles - should help some !! Then clean in how soapy water
 
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blkbltbkrgal
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Posted: Wednesday June 16, 2010 11:57 PM

Bon Ami. I have used it for all of my pans from glass to teflon to anodized aluminum and all bakeware. I even used it on my backyard shed when some low-life spray painted it and the cleanser took the paint off without harming the coating on the aluminum. your pans may not shine like brand new, but bonami gets a lot of baked on gunk off. do NOT use on stoneware cooking surfaces, tho.
 
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