How to Clean Your Oven With Just Baking Soda!
- Baking Soda
- Water Bottle
- Green Scour Pad
- Flathead Screwdriver/Razor Blade
- Paper Towel
Gabrielle Falk on Oct 08, 2019
Me too. The racks in the oven, usually have heat marks - which can be hard to shift. What I do, is just get a container that is large enough to take the racks (check out your local hardware shop for 'anything' - think out of the box). I just put some dish washing liquid in, and then top up with tap water and let the racks soak. You still, even after 24 hours+, need some elbow grease with a kitchen scourer. Heat marks will always occur - it's impossible to avoid. The soaking also goes for the rungs with food drips on. Obviously if food drips onto the rungs, the best way to tackle that, is - as soon as you can - get the kitchen scourer, + soapy water, and ELBOW grease while the racks are warm. If you leave it for a while, and use the oven again, that detrius just gets baked on, and makes it even harder to 'shift.'