Do you have any tried and tested methods for getting your baking trays and oven to sparkle again? Let us know how you do it.
You might have noticed over the Easter bank holiday that your baking trays (and possibly oven itself) are in need of a bit of maintenance.
Inspired by a recent Which? video about the classic old bicarbonate of soda and white vinegar method, I’m wondering whether the technique works for you, and if you’ve got any of your own tips to share.
An easy way to get your oven sparkling 🌟 pic.twitter.com/cIFDpv1zQc
— Which? (@WhichUK) January 7, 2022
I’ve tried the same method out on a few of my older baking trays and been surprised at how effective it’s been. Our tips are:
⭐ Don’t use an abrasive scourer on a glass door as it can cause tiny scratches – which could leave the glass vulnerable to shattering.
⭐ Leave the oven racks to soak in warm water whilst cleaning the oven
⭐ You can use a scourer on the tough stains inside the oven
⭐ Once applied, leave the bicarbonate of soda and vinegar paste to work for a few hours
The video (and the results I got!) have got me cleaning more of the oven myself (and reviving a few baking trays I thought may be on the way out). But does this method work for you?
What are your tips for cleaning the oven? Share your wisdom with us!