The oven is among the most frequently used kitchen appliances in every household. Today, we’re sharing the best and easiest ways to clean an oven. Continue reading to learn more.
Turn off your oven, clean it, and let it cool off.
To minimize electrical accidents, switch off the plug before you begin degreasing your oven. Then, using a cloth or paper towel, wipe away any excess dirt, such as food, sticky oil, and so on. Removing ahead of time allows you to remove less later. Allow your oven to cool completely before moving on to the next step.
Clean the inside of the oven using baking soda.
Cleaning your oven with baking soda is one of the most effective house cleaning techniques. Simply combine baking soda and water, and ensure that you have enough baking soda paste to completely cover everything inside the oven.
Apply the baking soda paste inside the oven.
Since this is kind of a dirty job, use protective gear such as gloves to protect your hands. In the oven, except for the heating components, wipe down the paste on all areas and edges. As much as possible, cover areas with thicker grease and grime. It is natural for the paste to turn brown when it comes into contact with grease. After you’ve finished applying it, it is recommended to leave the paste on overnight.
Soak the oven rack in hot water.
It’s time to clean the oven racks after you’ve completely covered the paste inside the oven. Remove it from the oven and soak it for 12 hours, or overnight, in hot water. After that, give it a good scrub to get rid of any remaining dirt or food particles. When you’re finished, dry it with clean towels.
Clean oven glass and doorknobs.
When using the oven, it’s important to have a clean and clear oven glass to keep an eye on what’s going on inside. Wipe it down with a baking soda paste and let it sit for 30 minutes. After you’ve finished, wipe it down with a damp cloth or rag. Spray disinfectants on doorknobs to get rid of germs and viruses.
Remove the cleaning paste.
After the 24 hours have passed, wipe down the paste inside the oven with a damp cloth or towel. Make sure the paste and any residues are totally gone. Spray some white vinegar on the particles to loosen them up and make them easier to remove.
Wipe down the inside of the oven once again.
Once you’ve removed the paste, wipe down the oven one last time with a clean cloth. Return the clean racks to the oven and let them cool for a few minutes before using them.
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