Pinterest Picks and Pans: Kitchen Miracle Cleaner

Wednesday, June 20th, 2012 at 6:48 am

If you’re on Pinterest, you’ve seen them, you’ve probably pinned them, and it’s quite possible you’ve never used them. They’re the household tips and tricks we ladies love to collect.

How do they do in real life?

Enter my reviews of Pinterest tricks I’ve seen and tried. Tricks like…

Kitchen Miracle Cleaner

The Link: One Good Thing By Jillee

The Trick: Mix baking soda and hydrogen peroxide into a paste and use it to clean just about anything

The Promise: Who can look at this before/after photo of Jillee’s jelly roll pan without frothing at the mouth?

The Attempt: I went to work on a loaf pan that’s seen better days. After 5 minutes of scrubbing, my pan definitely looks better (although nowhere near as nice as Jilly’s). But who has that kind of time to pretty up an already clean and functional pan that really doesn’t get shown to company that often? I don’t.

Pick or Pan? This may be a great trick for guck and grime on highly visible and hard to clean things (Jilly mentions using it on refrigerator handles), but it’s too much work with too little payoff to be used for cleaning everyday bakeware.

Reader Comments (2):

  1. Barbara H. says:

    I do tend to do that — pin tips and recipes and then never get back to them. Thanks for trying out this one and telling us about the results!

  2. Well, that is pretty impressive. If you have the time. Which I do not.

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