How do I clean this silicone tray?

Will Sheppard
  • How do I clean this silicone tray? Will Sheppard

    I use this silicone muffin pan to cook things in the oven. It's supposed to be non-stick, but actually food sticks to it quite a lot.

    Often I can just scrape dried food off with my fingers, but it's gradually building up brown stains and crusts that I can't remove even by scrubbing hard with a scourer. Is there some kind of trick to make it spotlessly clean again?

    dirty muffin pan

  • Try to put your silicon tray in boiling water for 3 to 5 minutes. I had the exact same problem and it worked fine for me.

  • To clean burnt food from silicone bakeware, place the bakeware in the oven at 350 degrees for 10 minutes and fill a sink with water. Remove the bakeware from oven using tongs and wipe clean with water and a sponge.

    or maybe try alcohol or a baking soda solution

baking equipment cleaning
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