STEP 1: Combine baking soda and hydrogen peroxide.
Pour about ¼ cup baking soda into any type of bowl. Then, slowly add the hydrogen peroxide a few drops at a time, stirring as you go. (Don’t worry if you get a bit of fizzing.) Obtaining the ideal thick paste consistency generally requires two to three tablespoons of hydrogen peroxide. If you add a little too much liquid, even it out with some more baking soda.
STEP 2: Set up your workspace to clean the sheets.
Place your dirty cookie sheet pan flat in the sink or a washtub. If you don’t have a big enough basin, lay a large old towel on your kitchen counter and place the dirty pan on top.
STEP 3: Apply the cleaning paste.
Generously spoon the baking soda-hydrogen peroxide paste onto the business side of the baking sheet, covering it completely. There’s no need to scrub or work the paste into the pan.
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