How To Clean You Oven In Few Steps

Microwave oven is one of the most using household item in kitchen, So its need to be clean or germs free as well To keep you healthy. So how you clean your Oven ? it’s super stinky. It also takes a really long time to clean! And there’s a better way to do it.

 

How To Clean An Oven

you can clean your oven naturally with a little vinegar, baking soda, Here’s how you did it.

What You Need

  • Baking soda
  • Hot Water
  • Rubber gloves to safe your hand
  • Damp dish cloth
  • Spray bottle
  • White vinegar

First you need to clear your oven, remove your oven racks, oven thermometer, and anything else you have inside the oven.

Making Paste With Baking Soda.

Pick a small plastic bowl for making mixture, mix a 1/2 cup of baking soda with a few tablespoons of water. Keep in mind don’t mix too much water keep this in paste condition to apply on Oven wall.

Coat your oven:

Spread the paste all over in Oven, The baking soda will turn a brownish color as you rub it in, it also might be chunkier in some places than others, which is fine. Just try to coat the whole oven to the best of your abilities, paying extra attention to any particularly greasy areas.

Let it sit overnight:

 Allow the baking soda mixture to rest for at least 12 hours, or overnight to getting batter result.

Wipe out the oven

now its time to wipe out your oven, take a damp dish cloth and clean the paste of baking soda as much. Use a plastic scraper to help scrape off the paste as needed. Scrape baking soda and wipe out with cloth.

Spray a little vinegar: 

Put a little vinegar in a spray bottle and spritz everywhere you still see baking soda residue in your oven. The vinegar will react with the baking soda and gently foam. Take your damp cloth and wipe out the remaining foamy vinegar-baking soda mixture. Repeat until all the baking soda residue is gone. Add more water or vinegar as needed while wiping to really get the oven clean and shiny.

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