All You Your Oven Needs Is Baking Soda

Probably the most difficult areas for every end of tenancy cleaning are kitchen and bathroom. They are the most used rooms and could accumulate lots of grime. It is not an easy task to remove all mold and mildew and variety of stains. May be you bought at least ten different commercial cleaners thinking that you wouldn’t be able to cope without them. Is it true? Isn’t there and another way?

Actually there is… You could use few natural products which could be really useful and could romp through any stain. Everybody has them in his/her home – baking soda, vinegar and lemon. They could be successful substitute to any commercial cleaner. Let’s take for example one typical problem which could create you lots of difficulties during the move out cleaning – your oven.

Oven could accumulate amazing amount of grime. When you cook something, lots of splashes could stick for its surface and burn. It is not possible to clean oven while it is still hot but until it cools most of the people forget that they should remove the spills. In that way next time when you cook new splash stick to the old ones and when the moment for end of tenancy cleaning come you have one mixture of different stubborn stains which seems to be impossible to remove. I have a good news for you – just use baking soda and forget about any issues. All you should do is to sprinkle some baking soda on its surface, moisten it and leave it to work over a night. On the morning just scrub the mixture and wipe it with clean cloth. If you hurry, there is and faster solution – mix cup of baking soda, cup of salt and cup of water. Smear your oven with this mixture and switch it on for an hour to 260 degrees. At the end just wipe and you’ll see that there is no trace of any stains.

Of course you could always rely that end of tenancy cleaning London companies could give you a hand with any cleaning issues. If you don’t have time or you just can’t cope with something, just call to end of tenancy cleaning London company and forget about your worries.

May 10, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Cleaning


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