|One brand of Bi-Carb Soda|
|Baking Tray with Baked in Stains|
You can apply the bicarb-soda by first making a thick paste (bicarb soda + a little water), or as I have done here, by poring the bicarb-soda powder over the baked in stains, and then dribbling bits of water onto the powder and make a paste to cover said stains.
|Baked in stains coved by bi-carb soda paste|
Once you have the stains covered, leave overnight.
As this is my first application, over stains that have not been shifted in years (like 5 years!), I don't expect a perfect result.
On the next day, apply a little bit of elbow grease (give the tray a wee scrub with a light scourer). You will find that it takes much less effort and that most of the stains will come off easily.
Here is the result from one application of bi-carb soda over the years old baked in stains:
|Baking Tray after 1 round of Bi-carb Soda application|
You can use Bi-Carbonate of Soda to removed baked in / burnts stains and other long-standing stains on:
- baking trays
- steel pots and pans
- enamel ware
- chinaware and ceramics
Bi-Carb Soda also removes smells. So having a small bowl of Bi-Carb Soda powder in your fridge will help to keep it smelling fresh.
Enjoy removing your baked in stains and stuff with the wonderful Bi-Carbonate of Soda.