Originally Posted by AlexR
I have a new kitchen and am delighted with it.
I am getting used to induction and find it mostly good news.
We have a new oven now too, one with a self-cleaning program (pyrolysis) that works well.
However, it is annoying that when the oven is looking like a million dollars, the grills remain dirty no matter how hard you scrub them (not an easy task, either!).
I just can't seem to get them looking as good no matter how hard I try.
Does anyone know an efficient method and/or chemical they can recommend to clean the grills?
All the best,
The method of spraying and wrapping the grills up over night is the easiest and fastest way to go. If you don't want to go the oven cleaner route because of the fumes, cost, time. Spray them with some ammonia that's been diluted with a little water. By morning a little scrub under hot water all the grease is removed. It also works for the stove top grates.