- 1). Scrape as much food residue off the bakeware surface as possible with a plastic spatula.
- 2). Set the stoneware on a heat-safe surface and allow it to cool to room temperature.
- 3). Turn the bakeware over to determine if the stoneware is dishwasher-safe. If the stoneware is dishwasher safe, place it in the dishwasher on the top rack.
- 4). Rinse the stoneware bakeware with warm water to remove grease, oil and bits of food if the stoneware is not dishwasher-safe or you prefer to wash the piece by hand.
- 5). Add a squirt of grease-fighting dish detergent to the surface of bakeware.
- 6). Wet a sponge and rub the interior and exterior surfaces of the stoneware. Rinse the dish detergent off the bakeware with hot water. Dry the stoneware with a dishcloth.
- 7). Add dish detergent to a nylon scrubbing pad if foods stick to the bakeware surface. Scrub the food stain with the scrubbing pad until you remove the stuck-on food. Rinse the stoneware with hot water and dry it with a dishcloth.
- 8). Sprinkle a layer of baking soda over burnt or stuck-on foods. Pour 1 to 2 tbsp. of white vinegar onto the baking soda. Let the vinegar and baking soda fizz. Scrub the burnt or stuck-on foods off the bakeware surface with a nylon scrubbing pad. Rinse the stoneware with hot water and dry it with a dishcloth.
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