You probably associate oven cleaning with tedious and tiring work. However, there are simple tricks to clean it without using strong detergents. In this article you will learn all the ways to make your oven shine like new!
Scorch marks usually occur when you bake food with sauce or fat, which, when exposed to heat, likes to splash on the glass and walls of the oven. How to clean the oven without scrubbing and without difficulty? Baking soda and vinegar will help you!
You can easily get rid of them using water, baking soda and vinegar. Both ingredients are probably already in your kitchen, so go ahead!
Now you know how to clean the oven with baking soda. This is the most eco-friendly way of cleaning, without using chemicals.
If the surface inside the oven is still greasy, also use a spray degreaser at the end.
You can also use dishwasher tablets to clean your oven! Just dissolve one tablet in two liters of water and soak paper towels in it. Then line the inside of the oven with them and leave for 30 minutes. After that, remove the paper towels and wipe the appliance with a wet cloth
The degreasing agents in dishwasher tablets are perfect for different types of stains.
There are two ways to steam clean your oven. This is a very eco-friendly, yet effective way to get rid of dirt. Importantly, you do not need any detergents for this method of getting rid of dirt.
The first way to clean the oven with steam is to place a heatproof dish with water in the oven. About 250 ml, or one cup of water, is enough for the whole cleaning process
Then, set the oven to 140°C – top or thermo. Wait for about 10 minutes. The steam will begin to dissolve the dirt, making it easier to remove. Turn the oven off and let it cool down a bit. The burns and dirt will come off with a microfiber cloth.
The second way is to use a steam cleaner, which has a similar effect. It has different tips so you can easily reach all the nooks and crannies of the oven. The steam cleaner will get rid of dirt as well as bacteria, so this method is ideal for keeping the appliance clean and fresh.
Halfway done! But that’s not the end of cleaning the oven. To keep it clean, you should also take care of its exterior, not just the interior and grates.
Clean them with a soft toothbrush or a rough sponge. To make the dirt come off better, add a little dishwashing liquid to the brush, which can also easily deal with grease.
These should also be wiped, preferably with a damp cloth or a soft toothbrush. Be careful not to get them wet as they may squeak afterwards.
The glass of your oven is best cleaned with baking soda and water. Add water to half a cup of baking soda gradually to make a paste. Use it to clean the outside of the oven glass. To get rid of streaks, use vinegar mixed with water