How to Clean Your Oven With Just Baking Soda!
- Baking Soda
- Water Bottle
- Green Scour Pad
- Flathead Screwdriver/Razor Blade
- Paper Towel
Diane Kehn on Feb 24, 2019
Seems simple enough. No toxic fumes. I’m doing it! Thanks!
Gabrielle Falk on Oct 08, 2019
Me too. The racks in the oven, usually have heat marks - which can be hard to shift. What I do, is just get a container that is large enough to take the racks (check out your local hardware shop for 'anything' - think out of the box). I just put some dish washing liquid in, and then top up with tap water and let the racks soak. You still, even after 24 hours+, need some elbow grease with a kitchen scourer. Heat marks will always occur - it's impossible to avoid. The soaking also goes for the rungs with food drips on. Obviously if food drips onto the rungs, the best way to tackle that, is - as soon as you can - get the kitchen scourer, + soapy water, and ELBOW grease while the racks are warm. If you leave it for a while, and use the oven again, that detrius just gets baked on, and makes it even harder to 'shift.'