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How do you clean your oven trays?

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Bambooshoots14 Sat 02-Jan-16 12:35:25

I got a lovely new range last week and the trays are already marked and look horrible. I tried the mr muscle cleaner but it didn't touch it. Ive ordered the Lakeland cleaner. What's the best way to get them clean?

hotandbothered24 Sat 02-Jan-16 12:39:56

I soak in hot water with bio washing liquid then use scourer. Find it more effective than special cleaners

dementedpixie Sat 02-Jan-16 12:41:31

I use astonish oven cleaning paste and a sponge scourer. I get it in home bargains for about 80p a tub.

southeastastra Sat 02-Jan-16 12:44:36

that astonish stuff is great, i use it on my stainless steel pans and it brings them up like new. actually that might be my saturday afternoon sorted grin

hadtoregregister Sat 02-Jan-16 12:46:30

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Bambooshoots14 Sat 02-Jan-16 13:13:03

Thank you all. I have bought some of that astonish cleaner smile

hadtoregregister Sat 02-Jan-16 13:18:10

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dementedpixie Sat 02-Jan-16 15:21:47

It gives instructions for use on glass ceramic stoves

dementedpixie Sat 02-Jan-16 15:22:34

I use it on burnt on stuff on pots and baking trays.

Chapsie Sat 02-Jan-16 15:36:33

Oven pride _ they go I a bag and soak in the liquid

Pipbin Sat 02-Jan-16 15:40:34

Soak with hot water and soda crystals.

wowfudge Sat 02-Jan-16 16:50:02

Chapsie beat me to it - I've used Oven Pride for years, but only relatively recently thought to use it in the grill pan, hob pan stands, etc and it really does make light work of cleaning these kinds of things. Often on offer in Aldi.

ItsAllGoingToBeFine Sat 02-Jan-16 16:54:37

Dishwasher and line.

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