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It's inevitable that at some point, you'll end up with a non-stick cookie sheet that has stains on it. The good news is that there are ways to remove those stains and make your cookie sheet look new again. In this article, we will discuss the different causes of these stains, as well as methods for removing them. Keep reading to find out more. 

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 How To Remove Stains From A Non-Stick Cookie Sheet

One of the most common causes of stains on non-stick cookie sheets is food that has been burned onto the surface. Removing stains that have been caused by burned food can be a bit more difficult than other types of stains, but it is still possible to accomplish. There are a few different methods that you can try, and we will discuss them in more detail below.

Another common cause of stains on non-stick cookie sheets is grease. Grease stains are usually easier to remove than other types, but they can still be a bit tricky. Again, there are a few different methods that you can use to remove grease stains, so keep reading to learn more.

 What Causes The Stains In The First Place When It Comes To Cookie Sheets?

There are a few different things that can cause stains on your non-stick cookie sheet. One of the most common is food that has been burned onto the surface. This can happen if you bake cookies or other food items at too high of a temperature, or if you don't use enough oil or butter when cooking.

Another common cause of stains is grease. Grease can come from cooking oils, butter, or even just residue that builds up over time. No matter how well you try to clean your cookie sheet, some grease will always end up getting left behind.

Finally, another common cause of stains is rust. Rust can form on any type of metal surface, and it's especially common on cookie sheets that are made from steel or iron. If you don't properly dry your cookie sheet after washing it, rust can start to form and cause stains.

Removing stains from a non stick pan follows the same basic principles as removing stains from any other type of surface. However, there are a few things that you need to keep in mind when cleaning a non stick pan. First, never use abrasive cleaners or scrubbers on a non stick pan. This can damage the finish and make it more difficult to remove stains in the future. Second, always make sure that you rinse the pan thoroughly after cleaning it. If you leave any cleaner residue on the surface, it can interact with the non stick coating and cause it to break down over time.

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Oil Stains And Your Non Stick Pan

If you have an oil stain on your non stick pan, the first thing that you need to do is blot it with a paper towel. Once you've blotted up as much of the oil as possible, sprinkle a generous amount of baking soda over the stain and let it sit for at least 15 minutes. After the 15 minutes are up, scrub the area with a sponge or cloth soaked in warm soapy water. Rinse the pan well and dry it with a clean towel.

Oil stains can sometimes also be found on painted walls. These usually happen in the kitchen near the stove where cooking oil has splattered. To remove an oil stain from a painted wall, start by blotting it with a paper towel. Once you've blotted up as much of the oil as possible, mix equal parts of baking soda and dish soap and apply it to the stain. Rub the mixture into the stain with a sponge or cloth and then rinse it away with warm water.

 Rust Stains And Your Non Stick Pan

If you have rust stains on your non stick pan, start by scrubbing them with a soft-bristled brush. If this doesn't work, make a paste out of equal parts lemon juice and salt and rub it into the stain. Let the paste sit on the stain for at least 15 minutes before rinsing it away with warm water.

Rust stains can also be found on clothing. To remove rust stains from clothing, start by soaking the item in a mixture of equal parts white vinegar and water for at least 30 minutes. Once the item has soaked, scrub the stain with a soft-bristled brush. If this doesn't work, make a paste out of equal parts lemon juice and salt and rub it into the stain. Let the paste sit on the stain for at least 15 minutes before rinsing it away with warm water.

What You Need To Know About Blood Stains

Stains from food are one thing, but what do you do when your non stick pan is stained with something like blood? While this is not common, it can happen if you cut yourself while cooking.  If you have a blood stain on your non stick pan, start by blotting it with a paper towel. After you've blotted up as much of the blood as possible, sprinkle a generous amount of baking soda over the stain and let it sit for at least 15 minutes. After the 15 minutes are up, scrub the area with a sponge or cloth soaked in warm soapy water. Rinse the pan well and dry it with a clean towel.

Moreover, consider that removing blood stains from fabric and removing dried blood stains from upholstery are two different tasks. To remove a blood stain from the fabric, start by soaking the item in a mixture of equal parts cold water and hydrogen peroxide for at least 30 minutes. Once the item has soaked, scrub the stain with a soft-bristled brush. If this doesn't work, make a paste out of equal parts lemon juice and salt and rub it into the stain. Let the paste sit on the stain for at least 15 minutes before rinsing it away with warm water.

Finally, if you have to remove blood stains from white sheets, you can use a solution of one part hydrogen peroxide to three parts water. Soak the sheet in the solution for about 30 minutes and then rinse with cold water. Repeat if necessary.

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Final Thoughts On How To Remove Stains From Non-Stick Cookie Sheet

In conclusion, by following the above steps on how to remove stains from non-stick cookie sheets, you will have your sheets looking as good as new in no time. Be sure to proceed with caution when cleaning with any type of chemicals.

Kevin Farrugia

Kevin Farrugia

Kevin is a household and appliance enthusiast and loves to follow the latest trends in kitchen and house decoration. He also loves to walk the isles of Home Depot and Lowes to review products and materials in person. Before joining Kitchen Infinity, Kevin owned a handyman company.

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