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Foil stuck to bottom of oven

I placed an oven liner in the bottom of my oven and it melted on. How do I get this off?

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Replace the oven liner. If that stuff is baked on it's near impossible to remove without any blemishes. And if there is a solution I'd love to hear about it

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