When rust starts to form on bakeware like muffin tins and cookie sheets, it may seem like it’s time to replace them. But it’s easy to remove rust and save your cookware using things you already have. Just cut a raw potato in half and dip it in dish soap. Then use the cut end to scrub the rust off your bakeware. You can also add some baking soda for grit; just keep rubbing until the rust lifts up. The combination of starch from the potato, degreaser from the soap and grit from the baking soda does wonders to shine up your rusty bakeware.
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