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The Top Ways to Clean an Oven

Cleaning your oven is not the most fun task in the world, but it's definitely a necessary one. If you've been putting it off for too long, now is the time to take action! In this blog post, we will discuss five different ways to clean your oven. We'll also provide some tips on how to make the process easier and more efficient. So don't wait any longer - start cleaning that oven today!

 

Remove the oven racks

Remove grates and burner caps. Scrub all of these items with warm soapy water before setting them aside to dry completely.

Using a sponge or towel, wipe down the inside walls of your oven as well as its door jamb (wherever there are grease stains). Next, use baking soda mixed into slightly dampened cloths/sponge pads - these should be applied liberally around greasy areas on both surfaces.

Both methods work best if left for several hours before wiping up any residue again using another clean cloth rinsed out under running water once more time has passed after application but not yet dried off entirely from previous treatment attempts at cleaning it first go round! This will allow you enough time in between each step without having to wait a full day.

Spray oven cleaner all over

Surfaces of the oven - front, back, top, and bottom. Watch as the cleaner does its magic (10-30 minutes normally). Wipe everything down with a damp cloth.

If your oven has a self-cleaning feature, you can use it instead of the spray cleaner. Simply follow the manufacturer's instructions.

Wipe down the oven with a sponge or cloth

The best way to do this is by scrubbing gently at first, then gradually increasing your pressure as needed until all grime comes off easily from surface areas being cleaned; continue working around both sides of appliance until no more dirt can be seen anywhere on them anymore after being completely rinsed out under running tap for 20 seconds maximum duration time limit allowed!

Use baking soda on stubborn stains

If there are still areas that need extra attention, sprinkle a little bit of baking soda over them and let it sit for about 30 minutes before wiping away the powdery mess with warm soapy water or simply clean cloths/sponge pads dipped into hot bucket filled half-full liquid detergent solution mixed beforehand at home ahead of time!

Rinse off any remaining cleaner with water

To remove any baked-on cleaner or baking soda residue from the oven and rack, rinse with water. Once the oven has dried, do not touch it until it has completely dried.

Wipe down after all

Once they are clean, let them sit for 10 minutes, then wipe them with a cloth or towel

Don't forget to clean the inside of your oven! Wipe down all surfaces - front, back, top and bottom. Remove any food that may have spilled onto these areas during cooking as well!

Conclusion

Cleaning your oven doesn't seem like the most fun thing in the world, but it's definitely a necessary one. By following these five simple steps, you can make the process much easier and more efficient. So don't wait any longer - start cleaning that oven today!

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