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  • Breanna C
    Breanna C Cana, VA
    on Apr 1, 2013

    Best combination I have found that is all natural is to spray my oven down with green works and sprinkle some Bon-Ami on it and let it set for about 15 mins. Green works is all natural and so is the bon ami. under my stove top was really nasty where something spilled over (had a roommate and didn't know about the spill over for about 6 months) took very little scrubbing if any and it all came clean. altho did have to rinse a few times the bon ami leaves the same residue as the baking soda.

  • Denise Landrum
    Denise Landrum Eastpointe, MI
    on Apr 1, 2013

    I couldnt use your idea,Breanna..although I bet it would work great!Some of us need alternative things due to having Birds in the house.Fumes from self cleaning ovens and fumes from cleaning products are a definite issue where Birds are concerned.

  • Karen S
    Karen S Chaseburg, WI
    on Apr 1, 2013

    My oven repair man had no clue that the baking soda and vinegar would work as he said I was out of luck with the grease run inside the oven window. As he was taking it apart to replace an element, I applied the paste. And voila made it look like new before he left... :)

  • Rita Bertler
    Rita Bertler Nokomis, FL
    on Apr 1, 2013

    I have cleaned the glass of my oven door, with my glass stove top cleaner. It really works well.

  • I use a mixture if borax, Murphys oil soap and lemon juice. Mystove went out and I was given one by my uncle who lived alone. Under the lid was about 5 years worth of gunk. Applied, this paste, a little scrubbing and it looked almost new. Works on just about anything

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