NO NEED FOR HARSH CHEMICALS!
Ok, so maybe you need to run out and buy a spray bottle, but that’s easy. Just go to the dollar store and you’re golden. What I love about this oven cleaning tip is that you just let things sit and let the magic happen. There’s no more scrubbing in vain. No more inhaling harsh chemical fumes either.
I have to admit I was a bit skeptical when I first went into this. But I was willing to try anything that would restore my oven to brand-new glory without having to scrub until I could scrub no more. I was even willing to offer my first born!
But there’s no need for that. Nope. Just simple ingredients you have in your kitchen already. You’ll mix them together to make a paste. Just make sure it’s good and gloppy the way paste should be. Adjust it accordingly if it’s too runny by adding more baking soda.
Prepare to be amazed! What will you do with the time you save from cleaning your oven more easily? The guide below comes from Newsner:
Here’s what you need:
- Spray bottle
- Baking soda
- A rag
- A small bowl
And here’s what you do:
- First, remove the oven racks.
- Mix a couple of spoonfuls of baking soda with some water in the bowl. Create a paste that will be easily spread on oven surfaces.
- Spread the paste on the inside of the oven (baking soda will turn brown). Let it sit overnight (at least 12 hours).
- The next day, take a wet rag and wipe out as much of the baking soda paste as you can.
- Put some vinegar in a spray bottle and spritz on surfaces where you still see baking soda residue. Then wipe with a wet rag.
- Put the racks back in the oven and turn the oven onto a very low temperature for 15-20 minutes to let dry.
To clean the oven window:
- Make another paste out of baking soda and water.
- Apply the paste directly to the window and let it sit for 30 minutes.
- Use a clean rag to wipe the window clean.
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