How Do You Clean Nonstick Bakeware Cookie Sheets?
Nonstick cookie sheets are good for those who like crunchy cookies, because the dark surface cooks them quickly. The cookies usually slide right off, which makes cleaning the cookie sheets a breeze. This type of cookware doesn’t need much maintenance, but it still needs proper care or it may lose its nonstick coating. It is important that you allow the cookie sheets to cool before you try to clean them, or they may become warped. Fill your kitchen sink with hot, soapy water, and place the cookie sheet in the sink. Wipe the cookie sheet with a nonabrasive sponge to remove any leftover food particles. If the food doesn’t come off easily, allow the cookie sheet to soak for five minutes at the most before scrubbing it with the sponge again. Rinse the cookie sheet thoroughly and allow it to air-dry. Sprinkle your nonstick cookie sheet with 1/4 cup of baking soda and use a slightly damp sponge to scrub any stubborn burnt-on food that won’t come off in the soapy dishwater. Rinse the sheet wit