Have you really cooked a meal if your sheet pan doesn't have burn marks all over it?!
It's a right of passage in the kitchen, but it can make your sheet pans look really old, even if they're just a few months old.
I've had about every burn mark on these pans imaginable. I'll scrub it by hand first, then throw in the dishwasher...if it still isn't clean, I bring out this handy-dandy product that makes your baking sheets look brand new.
Here's how you get burn marks out of your baking sheets:
I know your pans look like this too ;).
Here's the magical product...I get it at Target for about $4. I use it EVERYWHERE in my apartment. It's one of the best cleaning products you can invest in.
What I Use:
They have a powder option and a liquid option. The liquid option is a teeny bit more expensive, but in my opinion, way easier to use so I usually opt for that.
Step 1: Shake Bar Keeper Friends.
Step 2: Place the liquid onto the pan. I always do too much...don't be like me. Start with a little and add more as you need.
Step 3: Let the liquid sit for a minute.
Step 4: Take a damp sponge and make little circles around the pan. You're going to need to put some muscle into it!
Step 5: Rinse off the pan and repeat anywhere that needs a little extra love.
Here's what my sheet pan looked like after I used Bar Keepers Friends...
Isn't that pretty impressive?!
For $4, I'll take it. I am even surprised that the gold hasn't come off with the sheet pan too. Major win!