What’s the Best Way to Clean a Glass Baking Dish?

published Nov 17, 2015
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Q: What’s the best way to get my glass baking dish to look like new? I clean it after every use, but over time it’s developed a baked-on layer of cooking spray/olive oil. No matter how much soap or how many Brillo pads I use, it looks awful! Help!

Sent by Alyssa

Editor: I know exactly what you’re talking about, and completely agree on how hard it is to get that oily film removed. Try making a paste of Bon Ami and water and letting it sit directly on the stains for a few minutes, then scrubbing. And if you’re still having trouble, Cambria had a great solution for cleaning her greasy oven door that I think would also work for your baking dish.

Kitchn readers, do you have any tips for Alyssa on how to get this grimy layer off her glass baking dish?