Cleaning Silicone Bakeware:
Never Use Cooking Spray: The silicone bakeware should not need any additional spray. The regular Pam spray can cause the pans,over time, to develop a sticky yellowed on coating, even with good cleaning
Keliwa’s Silicone Bakeware can be cleaned in numerous ways.
Method I: Dishwasher Safe
Keliwa’s silicone is 100% Food grade silicone making it dishwasher safe;
Method II: Simple Handwashing
Simply Cleaning with hot soapy water does the job
Method III: Detailed Handwashing
Things You’ll Need…
Grease cutting liquid dish soap (Dawn, Palmolive)
Non-abrasive scrub brush (plastic/nylon bristles)
Wash the silicone bakeware with a grease-cutting liquid dish soap, hot water and a non-abrasive scrub brush. Apply light pressure as you scrub in a tight circular motion.
Rinse the silicone bakeware and feel for the areas that still have a sticky film.
Generously pour baking soda onto the surfaces of the silicone bakeware that have a sticky film. The baking soda should be 1/4-inch thick on all sticky areas.
Gently scrub the baking soda into the surface of the silicone bakeware using the still wet non-abrassive scrub brush to create a paste.
Allow the baking soda paste to remain on the surface of the silicone bakeware for a couple hours or more to completely dry.
Rewash the silicone bakeware with a grease-cutting liquid dish soap, hot water and a non-abrasive scrub brush to remove the dried-on paste.
Rinse the silicone bakeware and feel for any areas that still have a sticky film. Proceed with additional applications of the baking soda paste until the silicone bakeware comes completely clean.