MRS Hinch and Stacey Solomon have done their best to add a bit of glam to cleaning, but there are some jobs that are never fun like cleaning oven racks.
The trays that slot into the oven can often get encrusted with burnt on grease and grime that's tough to shift.
On a popular, Mrs Hinch inspired, cleaning Facebook group, one woman posed a question to fellow community members.
She said: “What’s the trick for getting this [oven rack] sparkling I know to soak it in the bath with something what is that something?"
But people didn't say that she should opt for the bath trick she eluded to, they had a completely different suggestion.
One said: "Throw it outside in the grass and leave it over night then wipe clean the next day."
Another agreed: "Apparently it’s the moist grass that loosens the grease. I’m sure my slugs would have a feast in my garden."
A third said: "Put your racks outside on grass for 24 hours and the next day all the burnt on stuff just wipes off I'm going to give mine a go."
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Another said: "In summer cover in grass clippings. Saves using and having to dispose of harsh chemicals too – plus it also saves money – I forgot that one."
But another person suggested she use a kit from discount store Poundland.
She said: "Pound shop Oven pride put the rungs in the bag – to be safe I leave mine in the garden in case of leakage. My rungs come up great and look like new."
Another added: "When I'm not soaking mine in oven pride for a deep clean. I damp a dishwasher tablet and rub each of the bars, takes it off instantly."
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