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Cake tins should be stored in a cool, dry place. If they are stored in a humid environment, they may rust. Cake tins can be stacked on top of each other, but should not be nested inside each other, as this can cause them to warp.
To clean cake tins, you can wash them by hand or in the dishwasher. If there is any burnt-on food, you can soak the tin in hot soapy water for a few hours before washing.
You can put your cake tin in the fridge or freezer, but make sure the tin is completely cooled before doing so. Otherwise, condensation can form and make the cake soggy.
To stop your cake from sticking to the tin, you will need to line it. To line a cake tin, you will need to cut out a circle of baking paper that is slightly larger than the tin. Then, put the paper in the tin and lightly grease it.
If your cake tin is warped, it could cause the cake to stick to the tin or bake unevenly. However, as long as you grease the tin well, it should not cause any problems.
If you are having trouble getting your cake out of the tin, you can try running a knife around the edge of the cake. You can also put the tin in the fridge for a few minutes to help the cake contract and release from the tin.