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Pampered chef pizza stones how to sanitize

pampered chef pizza stones how to sanitize

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Oh hi Judi, I don't have a pizza stone so I googled it for you and I learned that you should never wash it with soapy water because the stone will absorb the soap. It says you should only soak it in plain water to clean or at the most, scrub it with baking soda and water, then soak in plain water until the water is clear. Then heat it in the oven for about an hour and I think that should mean it's sanitized. 

Those were just general directions and not ones for your brand of pizza stone, so I hope it helps?

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