Clean Your Oven with Homemade Cleaners

A dirty oven can be an eye-sore but you can easily solve this problem by cleaning the oven using a few household items such as salt, ammonia, white vinegar and baking soda. These household products will help cleaning the oven without leaving an offensive smell behind as most commercial cleaners would do. Follow the steps below to make different homemade cleaners depending on the type of cleaning your oven needs.
Spill Cleaning
To clean spots on your oven you will need one or two tablespoons each of salt and baking soda, and a little bit of water. Dampen a sponge into the water and squeeze it lightly over the spill in a warm oven. Sprinkle a thin layer of salt onto the spill and let it sit on the spill until the oven cools, as advised by oven cleaning Soho team. Scrape away the mess and treat the remaining stain by covering it with a thin layer of baking soda. Wait the baking soda to soak in for a few minutes and scrub the spot with 000 or 0000 steel wool. Use a sponge or paper towels to wipe off the residue.
General Oven Cleaning
Fill a small glass bowl with ½ cup ammonia and put it in a cool oven. Close the oven and let the bowl with the ammonia sit overnight. Wipe off the dirt in the morning using a sponge or paper towels. Scrub away any tough spots with a steel wool then rinse the residue with warm, sudsy water. If the oven still looks dirty, repeat the process.
Cleaning Greasy Ovens
Rub away greasy stains with a sponge soaked in a solution of ½ cup of vinegar and ½ cup of hot water. If you face difficulties removing some greasy stain with these product, you can call oven cleaning Soho. They would be glad to give you some useful oven cleaning tips free of charge.


October 25, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Cleaning

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