How should I clean my oven/oven racks?


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Jodi Cohen from NJ Restaurant Equipment

For oven racks, we have customers that swear by removing the racks, filling their tilt kettle with water and placing the rack in with a little commercial grade soap and bringing it up to boiling temp. That removes most grime and muck, keeps the racks like new. For more info, contact us at [email address] or [phone number]

Jun 25, 2014

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First, always be sure to clean your oven and the oven racks regularly.  Dirty ovens can result in heat-stealing, fire risks, and taste issues.  On a day to day basis, you should be cleaning the oven with a detergent, and taking out the oven racks to clean those separately.  Make sure to eliminate all spill spots and crumbs, since they can clump up, dry, and present issues over time.  Most commercial oven owners do a more thorough cleaning of their ovens about once a month, in which they use prescribed chemicals that your supplier and/or owner's manual should specifically indicate.  

May 5, 2014

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