You know that sticky icky goo you get on your baking pans when you use non-stick spray? It’s really hard to get off so I try hard not to use it.
But I made my roasted carrots last night and decided to use the spray since the last time I made them, they stuck just a little bit to the glass baking dish which created a different sort of mess that needed to be scrubbed off.
I wasn’t even thinking of the icky sticky goo when I stuck the dish into the dishwasher last night. But I sure was when I grabbed it this morning as I emptied the dishwasher.
I remembered that I had seen on Pinterest that you could use a dryer sheet to remove this goo.
I didn’t repin this particular tip because I had tried something from Pinterest that didn’t work and was skeptical that this would. I really wasn’t sure how to proceed.
I went and got a dryer sheet and started scrubbing. Nope.
I thought about it and realized that maybe it needed water since you place the dryer sheet in the dryer with wet clothes to make it work.
So I filled the sink, put the dryer sheet in, and then placed the baking dish on top of it.
I was going to let it soak for hours (hee hee) but the sink drained within a few minutes. Well, nothing ventured, nothing gained, I picked up the baking dish and, Voila! Most of the icky sticky stuff was gone!
I used the wet sheet to scrub off (easily) the remaining goo and I now have a nice clean baking dish.
How exciting is that?