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Caring for old vintage ovenex bakeware

Caring for old vintage ovenex bakeware

Caring for old vintage ovenex bakeware

Caring for old vintage ovenex bakeware

Caring for old vintage ovenex bakeware

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Have you seen these old Ovenex baking pans that are imprinted with a starburst pattern? I would have never thought a pan could be beautiful, but these certainly are. Does anybody have cleaning tips for removing rust and icky black stuff from baking pans? I tried baking soda and scrubbing really hard with a wire scrubber. I might just turn them into planters. Oh my goodness!

I too have a obsession with baking pans and dishes. Great idea to turn them into planters! Those are basically my go-to gotta-clean-something-nasty ingredients. Cute pans! Hope you get to use them. Oh yeah, vinegar might work. Just scour off gently! In other words, treat them exactly like you would a cast iron frying pan. I purchased two of the starburst pie tins.

They were tarnished and some rust. Other than that good shape. I used the liquid cleaner, barkeepers friend. It completely brought all of the rust and stains off. Looks like a totally different pan. This cleanser I found at Walmart.

I have a few of these too and think they are so pretty. I tried using a bread tin to hold mail, but it filled up so quickly I just use itfor baking now. Good luck! I just found two of the jelly roll pans, 14 and 16 inch sizes. Your pics are so pretty! Oh and I think I will be using mine as either a pretty tray or I might use them as a magnetic board.

Thanks for the inspiration! Have you thought about oven cleaner use outside! Well, vinegar may start causing oxidation. Believe it or not try oxi clean on a corner of the pan, or fall back to the past… my grandmother used oven cleaner. I would just try that on a small area to see if it would work. My mom always told me to use a brillo pad.

Thanks for all the cleaning suggestions! These are so beautiful! We have a similar pan minus awesome pattern on our hearth holding pinecones. I stumbled upon this blog looking for company history.

Mine were filthy and oven cleaner shined them right up. It will take care of rust as well as the grease. Super great product!! I just cleaned 2 Ovenex bread pans that were absolutely black with baked on grease from years of seasoning haha , they are now sparkling.

I used spray on oven cleaner, and a stained scrubber. I did this 2 times, it was the easiest thing that I have ever done. Now I want to buy more Ovenex pans. Id love to find a replacement pan as the original has a hole in it , can you tell me where you found your ovenex?

Kinda like cooking on cast iron. Just bought a 14 x 9 Ovenex pan with starburst pattern at a flea market. Tried the oven cleaner for 10 mins. Then I used a toothbrush and magic eraser. After rinsing, it looks fantastic! Thanks for the tip! Recommend doing this outside because of the fumes, and using rubber gloves. Love this pan!! My mother baked almost all of our bread for years.

I still bake bread in them regularly. It also shines it a little. Wow, other crazy collectors like me! I have a friend who spray painted one of the cookie sheets turquoise and uses it for magnets.

It looks great! Thnaks for all the cleaning ideas.. Vinegar and hot water has helped. I have one of the Ovenex Starburst pans. I was wondering about the age of it as I recall it always being in our house when I was growing up. It might have arrived with my paternal grandmother as she moved in with us when I was around 6 or 7 which would have been or so. Hi, just realized I should look to see about these pans, I too took mine from my mother.

Evapo-Rust works great for cast iron cookware and rusted pans. It is non-toxic, safe on skin, and reusable. I have an ovenex pan soaking right now. Hi, Question. I have two Ovenex pans. On one it says Ovenex, the new baking metal. Looks like tin but is just a tiny bit grayer.

Does anyone know if it may be toxic? Thanks, Trent. My Ovenex pans do not say The New Baking Metal and my mother set up a home in so am assuming my pans may be an earlier version. Two days later that had reacted to the metal and foil bits were all over the top of the stuffing.

The bottom of the stuffing was black and appeared rancid. So I believe my pans are no longer useable. The Ovenex pans are great for baking, but not so great for storing…however, you seem to be saying your pan was lined with aluminum foil. Aluminum foil reacts to various foods all by itself; example would be aluminum foil over a lasagne or other acidic food. You could line the pan with parchment instead. You might try Googone.

Water standing in the sink, I had been working on it. I love mine, too! I just cleaned them with Dawn and use them anyway even with the blackened grooves. I have a starburst ovenex cake pan that got rustier after soaking it,with vinegar,etc.

I will try barkeepers friend and oven cleaner now,but is it safe to use pan for baking afterwards? I was never able to get mine clean, so I just use them around the house for decorative storage instead of baking. I get to look at them more often that way anyway.

Just bought an Ovenex starburst cake pan for a quarter. Does anyone know what these are made of? Steel or tin? I soaked it in warm water for about 5 minutes and cleaned it with a Scotch Brite green scouring square and a little bit of Dawn.

I wanted to know more about it and that is how I ended up on this site. Another idea for using the cake pans is for putting pretty perfume bottles in it. My husband worked in a factory and took it there and had it sand blasted. Looks great! I baked cornbread in it last night. I oiled it well then poured in the batter and baked it.

Wash your preferably still warm pan with hot water and use a sponge or stiff non-metal brush to remove cooking residue. Not properly drying your cast iron can cause it to rust. This worked great for me. Her grandma has knitted chicken-shaped egg covers for them for 20 years, to give as gifts to children. That elbow grease your parents always like to go on and on about? Resurrected Recipes is back 0. Thank you!

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Vintage Retro 's's Green's Complete 'Two way Set' for the making of sponge flans and Victoria sandwiches etc Comprising of: two 8 inch cake tins with impressed Green's to base, two flan cases and original box.

Registered No: CONDITION: All tins generally good condition for age and use, age related wear with marks and surface scratches, box fragile with all over wear, end flaps torn with pieces missing, all as pictured Please examine photo's carefully as they form part of condition report. Please note if I have quoted postage to high I will refund the difference via paypal.

Please email with any questions Thank you for Looking. Is in a used, and can be used condition, but also makes a fantastic display. Display stand is not included. Hornsea English Pottery. Old Used Flan Dish. General signs of light use. Except for large one. Ideal kitchen upgrade with hook loop for wall hanging. We will do our best to resolve any issues swiftly. I think there should be two wider base Tins though I'm not quite clear how these would fit the box.

Box a bit tatty. Snowman design cake tin. Item has been used once but is in good, clean condition. Dispatched with Royal Mail 2nd Class. On the base of the dish where the recipe is where it says blackcurrant there is some deterioration to the graphics as shown in the photographs please see photographs for items condition but this is nothing major.

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