Want to clean your oven? Here is your guide to help you in this process.

The use of the oven in daily life has increased. We use it at least 3 times a day or even more, it depends on our work. Many people even burn their food inside. After all the work an oven does it gets dirty and need some attention to clean it.

But, how? How can one clean it easily? Do not worry as this article will help you in cleaning your oven in no time. Just little things and a little bit of work and TaDa! A beautiful and clean oven. So let’s begin. If your oven has the self-cleaning option then it is optional.

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Material required.

First of all, you should collect these items before cleaning. It is generally present in every household.

  • baking soda
  • vinegar
  • dish soap
  • aluminum foil
  • scrub
  • towels
  • spray bottle
  • rubber gloves (optional)

If you already have a bottle of paste used for the cleaning process then you can also use it anyway.
Before cleaning you should wear gloves and if you are good at catching allergies than please cover your skin and
mouth also.

Let’s make cleaning paste.

By using these things make a paste which you will be using to clean the sticky and hard debris of burnt food. Make it as consistent as yoghurt.

Scrub

Remove the rack of the oven and then clean it using Vacuum cleaner if some debris of food is present there. Then scrub all over its surface and if the paste is thick add some water to make it perfect. After scrubbing leave it for an hour or so and in this time you can clean your racks. While scrubbing, you can also use a ball made by aluminium foil if the cloth is not enough for the stains. Then, wipe off all the soda with a cloth.

Spray

Make a spray of vinegar and some dish soap. Spray it all over the oven and you will notice the formation of foam as it is due to remains of soda. Let it sit for 10 minutes then after that wipe it up with the help of the clean cotton cloth.

Disassemble you door

Ovens have a double/triple glass wall in the door. This is what keeps it insulated and allows you to see inside while the oven is baking. You may think that the door’s glass is cleaned. But, there may be dirt present in between the door and glass. You should first read your oven’s disassembling manual carefully before opening it.

While disassembling be careful so that you can not break the glass of your door. Clean the glass carefully with the same procedure you cleaned your oven or you can clean it with any glass cleaner if you have it. After the cleaning process reassembles the door.

Reinsert your rack. Be sure that all the parts of your oven are dry and you had cleaned it without leaving any residue before assembly.

What can be a better way to celebrate this other than baking a batch of delicious cookies.…