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Finally!!!!! How To Clean Cookie Sheets

DYI Cleaning Cooking Sheets Miracle Cleaner Put cup baking soda into a small glass bowl and add hydrogen peroxide until it makes a nice paste. Then rub it on the grease stains.

See how my favorite cleaning combination...Baking Soda and Hydrogen Peroxide...works its' magic on seriously stained old cookie sheets!

Make Your Old Cookie Sheets Look Like NEW Again

all it involved was sprinkling on some baking soda, adding some hydrogen peroxide, and sprinkling on a little MORE baking soda….and waiting a couple hours

Great tips to remove burnt on food from stainless steel pots - works on cookie sheets and other baking items too!

How to Remove Burnt Food from Pots

Great tips to remove burnt on food from stainless steel pots -combine equal parts cream of tartar and baking soda in the bottom of your pan, add a drop or two of dish soap, and add just enough hot water to make a runny paste

How to Remove Stains on Bakeware

How to Remove Stains on Bakeware

How to remove stains & rust from old bakeware.and more links to clean glass bakeware and more!

DIy Dryer Sheets: soak small sponges in half and half of h2o and fabric sofrner. Throw in dryer before clothes.

Reusable Dryer Sheets with Fabric Softener DIY

DIY Reuseable Dryer Sheets made with fabric softener. They work well. I will probably try one with essential oils next time though.

Sol-U-Mel is just a light soap solution with Tea Tree Oil added. Seriously, that's all it is. You can replace it by taking a couple drops of Dr Bronners liquid soap or similar and adding a couple drops of tea tree oil

Make Your Old Cookie Sheets Look Like NEW Again

Try this product for shiny pans! Trying to switch to natural cleaners. Use a combination of Tea Tree Oil and some Dr. Brommer’s Castile Soap yield same results! After research I discovered that another name for Melaleuca Oil is……Tea Tree Oil!

To keep dust from settling on furniture, baseboards, lampshades, picture frames, etc I mix about a tablespoon of fabric softener with 2 quarts of water and dissolve it completely.  Then I use a terry cloth rag and wring it out really well so it's damp.  Then I wipe down anything with a hard surface including leather and wooden furniture.  There's no film and the fabric softener repels dust.  It's great for blinds and less costly than dryer sheets.

Keep Dust from Settling. (mix 1 tablespoon of fabric softener wi/ 2 quarts of water & dissolve completely, then wring out a terry cloth rag really well & wipe down anything with a hard surface (including leather and wooden furniture).

Homemade reusable fabric softener -- this is SO easy, and way less expensive than buying it.

Homemade Reusable Dryer Sheets

I have done this and it works very well. The fabric softener lasts for a very, very long time! "Make your own homemade reusable dryer sheets with this simple tutorial (and save money in the long run!