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How to Clean Glass Bakeware

on 1.10.2015 at 4:45pm
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Do you have some stained Pyrex dishes. If your Pyrex dishes are well-loved and need to be refreshed here is a simple solution!

You will need oven cleaner for this so be sure to use in a well ventilated area and never use on aluminum or chrome.

1. Spray oven cleaner on stained Pyrex glass dishes
2. Place the dish inside a tightly sealed bag and let it sit overnight
3. Scrub with a brush and wash thoroughly.

After completing these steps, you dishes should look good as new. Go ahead and give it a try!

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    • Katherine

      Where do I find a bag large enough to fit a casserole dish?

      • pdnr

        I imagine a trash bag tightly sealed with a twister tie would work.

      • HereIGoAgain

        Zip lock makes 2 gallon sized bags, I use them to take casseroles, then when it’s time to take home my empty dish, it is so much easier to transport back home.

    • Sally

      Please don’t do this. Oven cleaner is incredibly toxic.

    • Heather

      Put in the sink with hot water and a little Clorox will clean it also.

      • penny

        I was going to say the same thing, soak in bleach or bleach cleaner for a bit and comes off and leaves it shiny. I also do this for our coffee pot/tea pitcher as well

        • lynda

          I would say no bleach or oven cleaner. Nothing toxic. If you can coat with coconut oil,or something non toxic before baking, they should come clean.

    • Liz

      Put dish in sink, add a few drops of gel or granular dishwasher detergent, and let sit for a few hours. Slight scrubbing or just at a wipe and it comes clean. I have been using this method for 3 years.