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Can my silicone muffin pan be rehabilitated?

greygarious | Jan 10, 200906:51 AM     2

It was given to me as a gift. When I read the package wrap, I noted that maximum temp is 350 but the part about not using cooking spray failed to register. I sprayed it with Pam, and my oven temp control leaves something to be desired, so it may have run a tad hot. The pan is now tacky and sticky, so it's been sitting in the cabinet for a few years. I use it only when making Christmas cookies, to hold the various sprinkles. Is there anything that can be done to make it oven-worthy?

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