How to Clean Grease Off of a Toaster Oven Pan


Grease is a stubborn substance. It clings to whatever surface it happens to come in contact with and refuses to let go. A toaster oven pan is designed specifically to take such abuse, so it can protect the toaster oven, but cleaning the pan can be a much-dreaded chore. It's not as bad as one may think. With a little time and effort, cleaning a toaster oven pan can be a short-lived chore.

Things You'll Need

  • Dish soap
  • Vinegar
  • Clean cloth or sponge
  • Fill the sink with hot, soapy water. Use a dish soap that is good for cutting grease, such as Dawn.

  • Add 2 cups of vinegar to the water.

  • Place the oven pan in the water, making sure it is completely submerged.

  • Allow the pan to soak until the water is cool enough to touch.

  • Scrub the pan with a sponge or clean cloth. The grease should come off quite easily.

  • Wash the pan in warm, soapy water and rinse well with clear water.

  • Dry the pan with a dry, clean cloth.

Tips & Warnings

  • For tough-to-remove grease spots, scrub with an SOS pad or dish soap mixed with baking soda and a clean cloth or sponge.

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