WE'RE not exaggerating when we say this – our grease-stained baking tray has become our absolute nemesis when it comes to cleaning.
Why? Because no matter how hard we try, nothing ever seems to shift the baked-on food debris.
That said, one savvy woman has revealed how she got her oven tray looking as good as new using Mrs Hinch's favourite cleaning product.
Turning to the Facebook group Mrs Hinch Made Me Do It for help, the woman wrote: "Any tips on how to get all the black off this oven tray?
"I've tried Elbow Grease, Pink Stuff, Dr Magic, Oven Pride and I've soaked it over night."
But in the end, the woman used a 2p coin to scrape the worst of the burnt food debris off before going back in with The Pink Stuff.
Posting a second photo of her freshly-cleaned baking tray, the woman explained: "Looking 100 times better. Thanks for all the tips.
"Soaked it in boiling water and scraped off with a 2p coin."
After she'd got the worst of the grime off, the woman then scrubbed the tray down with a scouring pad and The Pink Stuff.
She added: "Alot of work but good result – just need to keep on top of it now."
Needless to say, other members of the group were impressed by her efforts.
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One replied: "Wow, that's amazing."
Another added: "That's it! I'm scrubbing all my baking trays tomorrow."
What's more, other cleaning fans have also used 2p coins to get rid of limescale around their sinks – and were amazed by how quickly it came off.
Meanwhile, this mum-of-five raved about The Pink Stuff after it completely transformed her filthy oven door.
For more incredible cleaning hacks, Mrs Hinch got her jewellery looking sparkling new with a £1 Stardrops spray.
And this cleaning fanatic used an 89p paste to transform her crockery which was so scratched she almost binned the whole set.
Plus mums are praising a £2.50 Home Bargains spray for speeding up ironing by instantly getting rid of creases in clothes.
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