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April 29, 2012: Oven Racks - UGH!!
Can you help me? If so, I can help you right now with your
brown and black oven racks.
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Here's today's tip:
Oven Racks - UGH!
You know how hard it is to clean oven racks, right? If you
make the mistake and spray them with caustic spray oven cleaner, you
can RUIN them. The chemicals can dull the chrome.
Take a look at this photo:
This photo was not altered. See the horrible dirty oven rack
on the left and the clean right side? All I did was soak the oven rack
in a solution of Stain Solver for about four hours. I then
scrubbed it with a nylon Dobie pad. A small wire brush came in handy
for the tight spots. The oven rack looks BRAND NEW.
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