Problem With Keeping Breville Toaster Oven Crumb Tray Clean
I have a Breville Toaster Oven and it's a great product so far. But, in the instructions it says NOT to line the crumb tray with foil. I used to do that with the old one but maybe I never read the instructions, too. So the problem is, when anything drips any kind of oil, fat, butter, etc. onto the crumb tray and bakes on, it's like a layer of varnish and is almost impossible to get off. I've soaked it in glass cleaner several times and still it's a bear scrubbing it off. What is the deal with that metal that they use in there that it's so hard to get clean? Instructions say not to use any kind of abrasive cleaner or sponge on it but this is just ridiculous trying to get that off without using something more than a mild detergent and sponge. Anyone have a secret remedy?