If you’re like me, you know that feeling of dread when it’s time to clean your oven racks. But fear not! I’ve got you covered with some easy and effective methods to get those racks sparkling clean in no time.
First, let’s start by removing the racks from the oven. Place them in a large sink or bathtub lined with towels to protect the surface.
Now, it’s time to tackle the grime. For a natural and non-toxic solution, mix equal parts of warm water and white vinegar in a spray bottle. Liberally spray the racks and let them sit for a few minutes to allow the solution to penetrate the grease.
Next, grab a scrub brush or sponge and start scrubbing away the dirt. Be sure to get into all the nooks and crannies to remove any baked-on residue.
For stubborn stains or burnt-on food, make a paste using baking soda and a little water. Apply the paste to the problem areas and let it sit for a while before scrubbing.
Once you’ve scrubbed all the racks, rinse them thoroughly with warm water. If you prefer, you can also use a mixture of warm water and dish soap to wash away any leftover residue.
Lastly, allow the racks to dry completely before returning them to your oven. You can use a clean towel or air-dry them for a few hours.
See? Cleaning oven racks doesn’t have to be a dreaded chore. With these simple steps, you’ll have your racks looking as good as new in no time. So, roll up your sleeves and let’s get cleaning!
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Remove the oven racks from the oven.
Prepare a cleaning solution by mixing hot water and dish soap in a sink or tub.
Submerge the oven racks in the cleaning solution and let them soak for several hours or overnight.
Scrub the oven racks with a sponge or brush to remove any remaining grime or residue.
Rinse the oven racks thoroughly with hot water and dry them before returning them to the oven.
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