Quickest way to clean your oven without any chemicals
It's always a great idea to keep your appliances clean. Not only for hygienic reasons but also so that they can last you through the years. While cleaning your oven may not be the most fun cleaning job ever, not that any cleaning is, you can make cleaning your oven way easier than ever before. The best part about this cleaning tip is that you don't even have to use chemicals in the process. There are so many sprays and solutions out there for cleaning your oven; it can be tricky to know which ones are best. Most of the store-bought cleaners for ovens tend to have a lot of toxic chemicals in them which are bad for our health and the health of the environment. They can also be toxic to our pets too who have a keener sense of smell than humans. Using natural house cleaners that you make yourself will ensure that you're not bringing harsh chemicals and toxins into your home which will result in keeping your family healthy. Plus, by using natural house cleaners like baking soda, vinegar and essential oils, you will save a ton of money as well. If you don't already have some baking soda and white vinegar in your home, make sure you go out and grab some. These two ingredients are incredible when it comes to cleaning different areas of your home including your oven.
Baking soda acts as a natural, gentle abrasive cleanser; it also helps to deodourize which is why we can use it on our carpets and mattresses. It's also great for in the bathroom for removing tough soap scum off of tiles and tubs. White vinegar is another excellent natural cleaner you'll want to have on hand. It's also wonderful for many cleaning duties around the house including removing hard water stains and even rust stains. It's highly acidic, so it's able to eat away at stains, burnt on food and hard water deposits easily. It's also a great antibacterial and antifungal cleaner, and it also helps to deodourize nasty odours. You can use baking soda and water together for a great cleaning solution. Yes, they will bubble up and fizz when you mix them together, but this gives them more cleaning power. For this cleaning tip, you're going to need some water, white vinegar, baking soda and salt for the natural house cleaners. You will also need a scrubbing pad and a spray bottle as well as a razor to scrape the gunk off.
Put the water with vinegar into the spray bottle and spray it all over the door and the inside if you're going to clean both. Then, take some of the salt and pour it onto the vinegar followed by the baking soda. Once you have a thick layer of both the baking soda and salt, you can then spray more vinegar on the powder. You can leave this to soak for 30 minutes or even overnight if it's terrible. When you return after some time has passed take your scrubbing pad and start to scrub in circular motions. You will see that the stuck and burnt on food comes off so easily. Spray more vinegar as needed or make a bucket of warm water and dish soap to rinse out the debris. You can also use your razor blade to scrape out the leftover food particles just be sure, so you don't scratch the finish in your oven. Keep rinsing the grime out rinsing your cloth as needed and then dry. Try out these cleaning tips for cleaning your oven and see how well they work.***
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