It's that time of year again when ovens start to get really dirty. If you've let your oven go for a while without cleaning it, then you're in for a real treat! (Unless you enjoy scrubbing ovens, that is.)
This blog post will discuss several of the best ways to clean your oven. Some of these methods are easier than others, but all of them will get the job done. Let's get started!Want to clean the inside of your oven but don't know where to start? This guide will walk you through it! Click To Tweet
Method #01 Use Oven Cleaner
The oven is probably the dirtiest thing in your kitchen. It collects grease, food stains, and other things that can be hard to clean off if you let them build up for too long. Luckily there are some pretty easy ways of removing these nasty layers from inside ovens without having to scrub too much.
If you're looking for something that works right away, oven cleaner is probably your best bet! Just be sure to follow the instructions on the bottle, and always test any new chemicals in an inconspicuous area before using them on your oven.
Method #02 Boil Water
This method doesn't require any special products or tools, but it can take a little longer to work than some of the other methods.
Start by boiling a pot of water on the stove and then carefully pour it into the oven. Be very careful not to spill any boiling water on yourself! Let the water sit in the oven for about an hour, and then use a sponge or cloth to wipe away all the dirt and grime.
Method #03 Use Baking Soda
Baking soda is a safe, natural way to clean ovens.
Start by sprinkling some baking soda on the oven floor and walls, then dampen it with water until it becomes a paste-like consistency. Use your fingers or an old toothbrush to scrub away at any baked-on grime that may be stuck in there! After about 15 minutes of scrubbing, rinse the oven with water and admire your clean oven!
Method #04 Use Vinegar
White vinegar is a great all-natural cleaner that you can use to clean ovens.
Pour some vinegar into a spray bottle and spritz it onto the oven walls and floor. Let the vinegar sit for about half an hour before wiping it away with a wet cloth or paper towel.
Method #05 Use Lemon Juice
Lemon juice is another excellent all-natural oven cleaner, and it smells really good too!
Pour some lemon juice into a spray bottle, then spritz the oven walls and floor. Let the vinegar sit for about half an hour before wiping it away with a wet cloth or paper towel.
Method #06 Use oven Liners
If you don't want to have to clean your oven every time, oven liners might be the solution for you!
Just place an oven liner in the bottom of your oven and cook food on top of it. When you're done cooking, just take the oven liner out and toss it in the trash! Easy as that.
So there you have it! Everything you need to know to clean the inside of your oven. It's not as daunting as it may seem, and with a bit of elbow grease (and this guide), your oven will be looking and smelling fresh in no time.
These are great methods for cleaning the oven, thanks for sharing! I didn’t realize that there were so many. I usually use oven cleaner to clean mine.
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A lot of people try to avoid oven cleaner because they often smell so harsh