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I have a G E profile stove top gas , I would like to know if I can put the grates in my self cleaning oven ?The grates are gray in color and they are a pain to get all the black spots off . On the grates I have used oven cleaner but this is such a mess I was hoping they would be cleaned in my self cleaning oven

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