Thursday, April 5, 2012

PinterFAIL

Boo. 
So far, my Pintertesting has turned out rather well.
The other day, I saw this pin...
and was SO excited to try it out.

On this nasty cookie sheet.


A little baking soda.
A little hydrogen peroxide.

Mix into a paste.


And scrub.
The instructions said she used just a little bit of scrubbing power.

I used a ton.
And added more baking soda.
Then more peroxide.
Nothing happened.
I mean, NOTHING.
The sponge was as clean as it started.

And I had peroxide-baking-soda crumbles flinging all over my countertops.


Anyway, the reviews on the original post have a TON of positive feedback.
It seems that perhaps it was operator error.

Anybody else try this yet?
Or willing to, and tell me it worked?
I want to have faith in the "miracle cleaner"

Linking up with Jessica


8 comments:

  1. hmmm. i use a vinegar and soda mix for a scrub paste. at least it didn't affect your awesomeness. sorry you got punked. love you!

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  2. Trader Joes even make their baking soda cute! Too bad about it not working. I have a cookie pan that looks like that too. If I ever use it I usually cover it in foil. ha!

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  3. I think it is the cookie sheets fault. They bake to a point of no return. Which means you have been a busy baker. I'd rather have ugly baking sheets than pretty ones collecting dust. Yep.

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  4. So sad! I've been wanting to try that one, I've got some super yucky looking sheets. I might try in the future, and see if i have some success. Sometimes I wonder if people give good reviews before they've actually tried it. Wanna make yourself feel better? MAKE THE DOTS!

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  5. just buy a new pan. WAY easier. thanks for trying. so i can just keep buying new pans.

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  6. Once again, I am devastated for you.

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  7. My cookie sheets look exactly like this! I'll have to try this to see if I have any success!

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  8. thank you for testing this for me. i'll skip the elbow grease and buy a new cookie sheet instead.

    happy easter, kim!

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