Does any one have the orange peel and vinegar receipe to clean ovens

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about two months ago someone placed this receipe to clean the inside of the oven and gas grill plates ,there may be more to the receipe than I listed dipkos2@ verizon.net Thanks for any help you can share

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  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Dec 10, 2017
    https://www.hometalk.com/6562825/all-purpose-citrus-vinegar-cleaner-clean-your-home-naturally

  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Dec 10, 2017
    https://www.hometalk.com/6753690/grease-busting-orange-degreaser-spray

  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Dec 10, 2017
    https://www.hometalk.com/1088818/orange-vinegar-cleaner

  • Hos6890618 Hos6890618 on Dec 10, 2017
    I use white vinaiger and bi-carb

  • Kim Kim on Dec 10, 2017
    I couldn’t figure out how to copy the link so I copy and pasted the Hometalk post.


    An Insanely Easy Eco Oven
    Cleaner

    Shawna Bailey
    Hometalker |West Orange, NJ
    I have this amazing eco cleaner, I use it on every surface in my kitchen. I don't use anything in my  kitchen that would be poisonous to eat, so this NEXT cleaner is a great fit for my family's lifestyle.
    When looking for easy green cleaning vinegar is always the way to go. I'm going to show you how well this homemade cleaner works by using it on the worse mess to clean ever - that yucky burnt
    You and 2613 want to try
     Cost:  Difficulty: $7 Easy
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    mess in my oven!
     Time: 5 Days
    It's so easy to make and it's so effective! Step 1: Gather Your Materials
    For this project you need orange peels, white vinegar, a jar, and a spray bottle (not pictured). Step 2: Peel Your Oranges
    I started by peeling two oranges completely. You don't need to worry about your peels turning out in any specific shape or size - as long as you have a nice little pile of peels, this will work great! Step 3: Put the Peels in a Jar
    Got an old sauce jar lying around? Any jar (as long as it fits your peels) will do. But of course, the bigger the jar, the more cleaning solution you'll end up with. I used a plain ole' mason jar. Step 4: Add Vinegar
    I poured in the vinegar until it covered the orange peels. If any orange peels are not under the vinegar, they will rot, instead of releasing their oils into the vinegar, so make sure the vinegar covers everything. Step 5: Let It Sit for 5 Days
    I left the jar to sit in the fridge for 5 days so the vinegar could soak up the orange peel oil. You can let it sit for as long as two weeks if you want it really strong. Step 6: Pour into a Spray Bottle
    You could use it right from the jar, but, for easier cleaning, I decided to pour it into a spray bottle. Only the vinegar goes into the bottle - the peels should stay behind in the jar. I keep the spray bottle on my counter and use it for everything. Now, you can clean your oven! (Optional) Step 1: Sprinkle on Baking Soda
    I use this on really tough stains, like burnt cake goop on the bottom of my oven. Because the cleaner is mostly made of vinegar, it reacts with baking soda, so I sprinkle some over the burnt area first. Step 2: Spray on Your Mix and Let Sit
    I let the cleaner and baking soda do all the scrubbing for me. I came back to wipe it off after about 20 minutes and it all slipped away! If the spot doesn't come off with just a wipe, I add some more baking soda and spray and let it sit again. (I really don't believe in scrubbing things, ha!)
    I've also discovered over the years that ants won't walk on places I've cleaned with this spray, so if you have a minor ant problem this cleaner will be your new best friend!
    Materials I used for this project:
    Orange peels (Grocery Store) White vinegar (Grocery Store) Jar (Dollar Store)

  • Inetia Inetia on Dec 10, 2017
    There's more than one.

    https://www.hometalk.com/17895545/eco-oven-cleaner?expand_all_questions=1

    https://www.hometalk.com/949622/diy-citrus-infused-vinegar-cleaning-solution?expand_all_questions=1

  • DesertRose DesertRose on Dec 10, 2017
    Yes! Put the peels from 2 oranges in a pint of vinegar and let it set 5 days. Put the liquid mixture in a spray bottle. Put baking soda over all the dirty area of the oven and spray it with the spray mixture. Let bubble and set a few minutes, wipe oven with damp cloth and reapply as needed. Hope this helps

  • Jeanne Johnson Ortego Jeanne Johnson Ortego on Dec 10, 2017
    I've used the method Kim describes and it works really well. If you don't want to wait 5-7 days, you can sprinkle baking soda on the tough stuff, then spray vinegar on it, wait 20 minutes, then wipe off. Repeat if necessary.