Cleaning and storage mogul Mrs. Hinch is a household name. Her army of fans, known as the Hinchers, take to Facebook to share their top tips for household chores.
Anna Woodward asked the Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips page on Facebook for help with her oven trays.
She said: “My kitchen is only seven months old, but my oven trays are already destroyed.
“Any advice on how to clean them, please?”
Ms. Hinch fans have flooded the comments with nifty tips and tricks for removing stubborn debris from oven trays.
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Ann Barton suggested, “When you clean them or buy new ones, put either aluminum foil, or better yet, parchment paper, under anything you cook.
“The tray hardly needs to be washed and sometimes not with aluminum foil. This prolongs the life of the trays.”
Tracey Flatt added: “Pour dishwashing liquid over the trays and leave for a few minutes. Then pour boiling water over the trays, leave for at least an hour and rub.
She also recommended putting on a fresh sheet of aluminum foil each time.
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Thelma Gravestock commented, “I never cook directly on the griddle, I always cover with parchment paper – cleanup is no problem.”
Looking ahead, Valerie Whitehouse advised, “Stainless steel trays are best, so easy to clean.”
One Ms Hinch fan, Erin Brennan, issued a warning: “Be careful with dishwasher tablets as they can remove the non-stick coating.”
Carole McBride said: “I use a paint scraper first, then a razor blade.”
Finally, Kerry shared, “I currently have an appointment with an oven that needed a lot of attention about 6 months ago. I think I’ve used so much elbow grease that I don’t I have no more nose hairs – but they look good now (the oven will never be used again after this epic cleaning).