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How to remove baked on food on pyrex baking dish
Home Organizing & Cleaning / 6:29 PM - Monday January 04, 2010

How to remove baked on food on pyrex baking dish

- Asked by julcof, A New Mom, Female, 66 or older, Los Angeles

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A great product to use is Dawn Power Dissolver.  Spray the gel onto the cookware and let it sit for up to 30 minutes.  With a soft nylon scrubber or brush wipe the baked on food away.  Then wash and rinse the pan as usual or place in the dishwasher.  This product works so well, we gave it a Good Buy Award in 2004 when it was first introduced on the market.

- Response by ghresearchinstitute1900, A DIY Expert, Female, 46-55, New York

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Spray with oven clean and let it sit for about 15 mins and it should wash off.

- Response by MaryAnne, Female, 46-55, Regina, Managerial

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depending on what it is, you could probably immerse it in water for a few hours, then try a scouring pad with some ajax or comet.

- Response by butterflyz, Female, 36-45, Student

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Soak it in hot water for several hours.

Do NOT use anything abrasive on it like Ajax or Comet or Brillo pads or green scratchy scouring pads. Once you scratch the surface of a glass baking dish, it will continue to attract more food and stick worse the next time.

I treat my pyrex baking dishes with a shot of Pam before each use to prevent food from sticking.

- Response by utahmom, Female, 56-65, Managerial

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