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Cleaning cast iron burner racks on gas spectra?

How can I clean the cast iron burner racks on the GE Spectra gas stove? They are gray and I have not found a thing that can clean them without scratching the enamel. This causes everything to stick to the racks and turn brown.

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Try putting them in the oven when it self cleans.

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