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How to remove non-stick cooking spray from pans & casserole dishes

Many people love to cook using non-stick cooking spray. Not only can it prevent burning and food from sticking to your pots, pans and caserole dishes, it is also a healthy alternative to using oil and butter in recipes. But if you are a regular user, you have probably discovered how it can build up residue that seems impossible to remove.

However, there is an inexpensive solution to removing non-stick cooking spray residue from your cookware. Combine one cup water, 1/2 cup bleach and two tablespoons of baking powder, and bring to a boil. Allow to boil for ten minutes, then wash as usual. Residue should be removed.

Don't forget, you can also make your own non-stick cooking spray.

 



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