October 1, 2022

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How to clean the oven naturally without chemicals.. Try it

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Housewives are interested in keeping their ovens clean, but many of them do not like to use chemical oven cleaners that leave chemical fumes inside the oven, so they look for natural products to clean them.

Also, natural products including baking soda and white vinegar are safe and inexpensive. By using them it is possible to remove stubborn stains and grease. Tea tree essential oil can be added to the cleaning mixture as it has degreasing properties.

Oven glass can be cleaned using a natural mixture of water and white vinegar. And a few drops of lemon essential oil, and put in a sprayer, it can be used as follows:

required things:

3/4 cup bicarbonate of soda.

A cup of hot water is a quarter.

2-3 drops of aromatic essential oil (optional).

Plastic sheath.

Paint brush.

Dish washing liquid.

Sponge kitchen loofah.

Just the right amount of white vinegar.

Adequate amount of water.

Kitchen towels.

Tin.

Working Steps:

Mix baking soda with warm water. So the mixture will be like a paste in its texture.

Oven racks come out from the inside. Soak in dishwashing liquid for several hours.

Then rub it with a loofah, wash it, dry it, and if you need to clean it more than that, you can use an oven cleaning compound to clean it.

Cover any openings in the oven with tin.

Spread the baking soda and water paste into the oven, using a paint brush. A toothbrush can be used at narrow angles, away from metal surfaces and the oven door and left overnight.

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Using a plastic scraper, scrape the mixture off the inside of the oven. Moisten as needed with little water the next day.

Wipe the inside of the oven using a damp kitchen towel. This process is repeated until all remnants of the compound are removed.

Mix equal parts water and white vinegar and wipe the oven door with the mixture. Use a kitchen towel to avoid wetting the rubber gasket on the oven door.

Repeat this process every few weeks, depending on how the oven is used.