Spinach quiche baked in round Pyrex dish
How To Effortlessly Clean Pyrex Dishes And Remove Stubborn Stains
After baking a few batches of lasagna and casseroles, you may notice baked-on residue that refuses to leave your Pyrex dishes. A dryer sheet can help you get rid of the stains.
The conditioners in these sheets are meant to soften fabrics, but when placed in a Pyrex and covered in water, the sheets can also soften and lift food residue off the glass.
Opt for unscented dryer sheets to ensure no residual fragrance sticks to your dish. Fill the stained Pyrex dish with warm water and submerge a single dryer sheet.
The water activates the softening agents in the sheet. Allow the dish to soak for at least 10 to 15 minutes for light residue, or overnight for more stubborn stains.
After soaking, empty the dish and use a sponge to wipe away the loosened food particles. Rinse the Pyrex well and perform a final cleaning with regular dish soap and water.