Learn how to clean a broiler pan the easy way! And just in time for you Labor Day clean-up!
Our broiler pan is something I never used to use very much because it was just so hard to keep clean. Then I discovered a secret weapon that allowed me to clean a broiler pan the easy way.
We now use our broiler pan a lot. We use it in the oven. We use it on the grill and we even use it in our broiler. We use it so much, that it looks pretty sad and grimy. Can you relate?
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How to Clean a Broiler Pan the Easy Way
Before I tell you how to clean a broiler pan the easy way, let me tell you about all the other methods I tried using some of my favorite kitchen helpers.
First, I washed our broiler pan using Dawn Original Dish Soap and, of course, that removed the grease and grime. But, there were plenty of baked in stains still left.
I also used my go-to scouring powder – Barkeepers Friend. A few more stubborn stains were removed.
And I even tried using oven cleaner.
But, certainly, I can get this broiler pan cleaner than that, right?! So, I decided to pull out my Magic Eraser.
My first pass over the broiler pan with my Magic Eraser and I was absolutely amazed!
I rinsed the pan and went over it one more time with the Magic Eraser. The results? Nothing short of amazing!
I just keep finding more and more uses for the Magic Eraser. Like:
- Removing scratches and scuff marks on hardwood floors
- Cleaning soap scum from the bathtub (amazing!)
- Cleaning grime and finger prints from kitchen cabinets
- Cleaning my oven (did you see the results of this broiler pan? Same thing when I tried it on my oven!)
- Clean grime on steering wheel
- Clean grimy hand prints on railings
- Clean nose print grime off my door from our dogs
There just doesn’t seem to be anything the Magic Eraser can’t clean! It makes those really stubborn jobs clean up so much easier, faster and more complete!
If you’ve been a little reluctant to try the Magic Eraser because you either didn’t believe it could really clean as well as advertised or because you thought it was a little gimicky or for whatever reason, you really should reconsider.
I should also tell you that I have tried other brands of these powerful scrubbers and although they all seemed to work pretty well, I don’t believe they worked as well, lasted as long or stayed together as well as the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser brand. For how well they work, I’m willing to pay $1.00 more.
How do you use your Magic Eraser? I’m always looking for new uses, so please share! Plus, you’ll be sharing valuable information with other readers just like you.
Til next time…
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