it worked…

I love Pinterest! So many ideas… too little time. I’ve tested out quite a few pins, most have been successful, but a few have totally flopped. I am excited to report that I found a solution to a not-so-important problem. How to clean up your stained up cookie sheets!

I got this “recipe for success” from this blog. I first tried this “magic solution” on a very old cookie sheet that my mom kept from my older sister’s baby shower- I mean the shower my mom attended for herself when she was pregnant in 1965! Nothing happened. I scrubbed and scrubbed, and nothing happened, but I didn’t give up. I tried it on another cookie sheet and it worked! It took a little more elbow grease than she described in her blog post, but it did work.

Here it is. This is the nasty looking cookie sheet I’ve been using for years. I have no idea how long I’ve had, but it has been well used. I never thought it was gross until I found this blog post. So gross!

Ok, so it’s not 100% better but it is at least 70% better, right? I have now come to realize that using tin foil or parchment paper to cover the cookie sheet works best. From now on, I will do this, now that they look somewhat shiny.

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