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    Hi,

    I'm the only veggie in my house and so I'm marking certain cooking utensils with red nail varnish so that no meat is put on them...

    I'm trying to mark my baking tray as it's the same as everyone else's; I know nail varnish would melt, so can anyone suggest anything to mark it with so people know not to put meat on it?

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    You could get a knife and scratch a V onto it.
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    Get something sharp like scissors, or a knife, or a screwdriver and scratch your initials into the metal.

    Be careful though!
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    What does it matter as long as they are washed between uses? YOU would annoy me if you were my housemate. I've lived with plenty of vegetarians, luckily none of them so far as neurotic as you.
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    marker pen works ,my mum marked our cake tray like 8 years ago and its still there
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    (Original post by Carl)
    What does it matter as long as they are washed between uses? YOU would annoy me if you were my housemate. I've lived with plenty of vegetarians, luckily none of them so far as neurotic as you.
    I'm not being neurotic; if someone else uses my stuff, I would want them to wash it, and if they do there's no guarantee I won't find bits of dead cow on my tray if their washing isn't up to scratch.

    The good thing is my housemates don't care.
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    Thanks everyone else! I'll try scratching something into it and the pens.
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    (Original post by Carl)
    What does it matter as long as they are washed between uses? YOU would annoy me if you were my housemate. I've lived with plenty of vegetarians, luckily none of them so far as neurotic as you.
    Some people wash baking trays with steel scourers and ruin them. I wouldn't mind someone borrowing a baking tray if I know they don't have a steel scourer concealed but you can never be too safe nowadays.
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    Well, the easiest way would be simply to store the tray in your room, so it can't be confused with the others...
 
 
 
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