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- October 24, 2008 at 2:23 pm #265238
4 tbsp baking soda
4 tbsp hot steamy water
toothbrush or soft-bristle brush
Make a paste by combining the baking soda and water.
Apply it to the inside of the oven using the brush.
Allow the solution to sit for 1 minute.
Scrub with brush until oven is clean.
Rinse with water and sponge until no traces of baking soda remain.
- March 27, 2009 at 9:43 pm #418562
This is great! My oven hasn’t been cleaned in a about a year. ( I don’t use it that much) but I noticed a lot of pizza residue in it and it started to smoke a bit.
I tried your concoction and it worked fabulous. Sure beats store bought chemicals that kill your lungs.
- March 28, 2009 at 4:00 pm #418602
Got to love baking soda.
- April 29, 2009 at 12:31 pm #420575
I buy baking soda by the bag. I use it in baking, carpet cleaning and now oven cleaning.
cheers for the tip
- May 7, 2013 at 4:36 pm #439469
If your oven is really, really dirty and this won’t budge anything, try adding vinegar into the mixture (for a max of 30 minutes) but please check if this is harmful to your particular oven (when mixed with bicarb.)
- October 21, 2014 at 5:32 pm #458992
I use baking soda all the time to clean. Suggested that to my boss at work and showed her how clean I could get the glass doors to the case. Takes the minerals spots off the metal cases too.
I am allergic to some chemicals, so my cleaning supplies involve baking soda and vinegar. Cheaper too. When I burned something in the bottom of an old aluminum pan, I rinsed it out, put in some baking soda and water and put it on to boil..
I had thought I would never use that pan again. I watched as the black just peeled and boiled off the pan.
- August 25, 2016 at 1:11 am #445634
The oven door slides right off from a vertical position to give better access to clean it.
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