You'll Never Clean Your Oven The Same After Reading This
A cheesy casserole bubbles over at 450 degrees, and what's left in your oven is a tar-like black sludge that seems like it might require heavy-duty chemical oven cleaners to tackle. But toxic conventional cleaners aren't your only choice to make an oven gleam like new. Learn how to clean an oven naturally with safe, gentle ingredients that you may already have in your pantry. With the exception of one of the recipes below, you can make oven cleaners that are much safer for the environment than commercial products containing harsh chemicals. They’re also much more frugal!
For standard ovens, you’ll need to ventilate well, protect your skin and eyes, and spend some quality time with a scrub brush and a heavy-duty oven cleaner. Spread the cleaner rather than spraying it to avoid damaging wires, aluminum parts, or the door gasket. If you’re willing to be patient, homemade oven cleaner recipes usually involve baking soda, soap, or ammonia and a lot of elbow grease, and they’re easy to find online.
Here's what you'll need to clean your oven the most effective and natural way.
-A small bowl
And the necessary steps.
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.
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