What's the easiest way to clean a blackened oven rack without using toxic oven cleaners?
Put a oven safe container half full of apple cider vinegar in the oven. Set temperature for 350 and leave the vinegar in for 1 to 2 hours. Pull vinegar out, let racks cool, then pull rack out and lightly scrub. The other option is if you have a container that is large enough, lay the rack flat in the bottom of the container, cover with vinegar, let sit over night, and wash in the morning with warm water.
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