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Bunt pan ( Cleaning )

Posted by olgaflowers (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 23, 07 at 9:25

Hello,
I have been wanting to post this Question for a while.
Now since it's getting a bit cold here I will be baking more ! I have a Bunt pan shape like a Rose and I have trouble cleaning it ! I can't quiet clean the inbetween areas so called cracks/ crevices. Does anyone know a easy
way to clean it with out scratching it.
Thank's Olgaflowers,
p.s. It's a good brand


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RE: Bunt pan ( Cleaning )

Use a soft toothbrush.


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RE: Bunt pan ( Cleaning )

Im not sure if it will work in the crevices but an old CD as a scraper will clean nonstick cookware with out scratching.
Other wise I would suggest putting boiling water into it covering with foil until the burnt on comes off.(covering with foil to hold the heat) If that doesnt work I would use the same method and bake it.
soaking with boiling water usually removes anything.


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RE: Bunt pan ( Cleaning )

Thank's for the Suggestions !!
Will soak in hot boiling water ! then perhaps if needed
use a soft brush ! That should do it !
Olga,


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RE: Bunt pan ( Cleaning )

Before putting the batter into it, I normally coated the surface with Pam spray. It makes it easy to get the cake out and cleaning it. Soaking in warm soapy water too makes it a sinch to clean.


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