To make this delicious Say Goodbye to Dirty Oven Racks! Here’s an Easy Way to Clean Them You’ll need the following ingredients:
Do not insert the rack back into the oven until is dried completely.
Hacks for special situation
I have tried to explain the non-chemical chemical cleaning procedures for the major parts of your oven. However, if you are facing more issues, here are my two-cents:
For spotty oven door: Our oven door often gets stained with food items and greasy hands. I have covered the detailed procedure to clean spotty oven doors here.
For toaster oven: Our toaster oven is no exception. It also gets dirty in no time. To know how to clean your toaster oven, click here.
For removing burnt sugar from oven: Burnt sugar sticking to the oven is one dirty sight. Not anymore. Click here to read the detailed procedure on removing burnt sugar from your oven.
For cleaning glass of the oven: Inside glass also gets dirty with time. In order to clean it, you can click here and go through the entire procedure in detail.
For cleaning oven gloves: So, when was the last time you actually cleaned your gloves? Cannot remember? Here is a detailed method that I often follow in order to clean my oven gloves.
For cleaning terra cotta bakeware: Terra cotta bakeware, undoubtedly, look pretty but get stained easily. Here is my detailed guide on how you can clean your terra cotta bakeware at ease.
For cleaning discolored racks: I recently cleaned my discolored racks by following this method.
Cleaning burned aluminum foil from oven: Has aluminum foil stuck inside your oven? Do not worry. You can remove it easily. Click here and go through the entire procedure.
Cleaning soot from your oven: Say goodbye to the soot from your oven with this simple technique.
After a winter of pot roasts, casseroles and baking our oven racks can get pretty grimey. To get your oven racks sparkling clean again follow these simple steps:
1. Place a towel at the bottom of your bathtub. (prevents scratching)
2. Place oven racks on towel and fill tub with very hot water until oven racks are covered.
3. Add 1/2 cup of powdered washing detergent or dishwashing liquid. I’ve also heard of people using baking soda. You can add some lemon as well for scent. Swirl around soap until it dissolves.
4. Let it sit for 4 hours or overnight.
5. With a non-abrasive sponge simply wipe away the grime to reveal a sparkling clean oven rack.
Watch the video below to see how it’s done.