Oven Pride on hob pan rests?

(5 Posts)
QuimReaper Wed 27-Apr-16 20:27:18

The box does in fact say "DO NOT USE OVEN PRIDE ON ANY PART OF THE HOB including hob/cooker/oven rings"

...But why? That's why I bought the bloody stuff, it's a gas cooker and the pan rests are covered in a thick, sticky residue. Revolting.

The shelves, on the other hand, aren't even that bad.

What's the worst that can happen?

SwedishEdith Wed 27-Apr-16 20:38:02

Apparently, ammonia, zip-lock bags and time are all you need

Does Oven Pride contain ammonia?

wowfudge Wed 27-Apr-16 20:50:17

I've used it on the pan rests - ones with black enamel coating. Also grill pans, etc. Makes light work of things. I wouldn't use it on the aluminium burner bits though.

QuimReaper Wed 27-Apr-16 20:57:51

wowfudge yes, I didn't fancy risking the actual rings, but I couldn't see the harm in the pan rests - why on earth should they be any different from oven trays?

I've gone for it. It's actually my mum's oven, so fingers firmly crossed...!

QuimReaper Wed 27-Apr-16 21:04:44

Swedish I have no idea what's in Oven Pride. Some kind of terrifyingly effective nuclear substance...!

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