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Usually there is a buildup of grease and such in the corners. Use a good detergent . . .

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Posted to Thread #30197 at 9:19 pm on Mar 31, 2018

. . . like Dawn, or something that de-greases really well. I have used a degreasing product from a hardware store, supposedly very strong, that smelled just like Formula 409.

Dry well and I would advise finish-drying in the oven with a pilot light OR heat the oven for 10 minutes, turn it off and put your pans in. If you see some rust pop up, scrub the rust out, hand dry, finish dry in the oven and if need be grease the formerly rusted areas lightly, rub in and lightly wipe off excess before storage.

I love old baking pans. They are usually pretty heavy-duty and bake well.


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