Mrs Hinch fans share how to clean oven racks ‘without scrubbing’

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Fans of cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch, whose full name is Sophie Hinchliffe, have shared their simple solution for cleaning oven racks so they look “like new”.

The cleaning and lifestyle influencer has more than 4.7 million followers on Instagram and often shares her garden and home tips online.

Fans of hers have taken to social media in recent years to share their hacks for solving common household issues.

On one such group, Facebook user Gemma Hampson asked fellow Mrs Hinch fans: “What is the best way to clean the racks out of the oven please?”

The post was inundated with responses from Mrs Hinch fans with the most suggested option being to use Oven Pride.

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Helen Rogers said: “I always use oven pride or similar cheaper versions, works wonders and brings them up looking like new.

“I got a pyrolytic oven so don’t need to use it on that part…..if you haven’t got one of those I would highly recommend one whenever you need to get a new oven.

“I mostly use an air fryer now so hopefully won’t have to clean the oven so frequently.”

Ange Richmond, who’s a top contributor on the page, commented: “Oven Pride have bags you put them in while wearing gloves.

“Also wear them when rinsing after being in them. I turn often and leave outside overnight. They come up like new, if anything is left on [them] use a metal scourer to remove it.”

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Helen Rogers suggested: “I never have an issue with it [Oven Pride] and have been using it for about 15 years.

“You have to leave it for a couple of hours in the bag with at least half of the bottle of solution and turn it frequently to ensure it coats the racks completely and gets to work on them.

“Very little scrubbing is required once removed as most will have come off in the bag. I just wash with hot soapy water and rinse them afterwards.”

Mandy Adams agreed and wrote: “Oven pride is brilliant.”

Oven Pride costs £3.50 from Tesco and £4 from Sainsbury’s. Asda sells the product for £3.49.

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Other suggestions for cleaning oven racks from Mrs Hinch fans included using biological soap powder, tumble dryer sheets, dishwasher tablets, baking soda and white vinegar.

Sue Daykin replied: “Always soaked mine in a solution of biological soap powder and boiling water. Also tried soaking in boiling water with a few tumble dryer sheets thrown in. Both work well.”

Deborah Gray posted: “Soak in a bath with tumble dryer sheets, works a treat.”

Frances Collard posted: “Cover racks with tin foil, place in the bath (on a towel) with hot water and a few dishwasher tablets, leave for a few hours then wipe clean.”

Georgina Lowe commented: “I put them in the bath with bicarbonate of soda and white vinegar. I’m thinking of trying dishwasher tablets next time.”

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