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Naturally Cleaning An Oven
Home & Garden
A few steps on how to quickly get rid of the grime and debris that make your kitchen smell horrible every time you turn on your oven.
Things You Will Need
A bowl or a squirt bottle (Preferably a squirt bottle)
A dirty oven
Remove the racks. Using a spatula, scrape up as much of the debris as you can & throw it away. Most of the big stuff should come up pretty easy.
Using about a cup of baking soda, more or less depending on the size of your oven, sprinkle it all over the floor of your oven.
This is where a squirt bottle comes in handy. Spray vinegar all over the baking soda. Use your fingers or a rubber spatula to spread the baking soda around so that it comes into contact with the vinegar and every dirty part of your oven floor. Let sit for 10-20 minutes.
(alternative: Mix vinegar and baking soda in a bowl to form a paste, and then spread that over your oven floor. Make sure to pour the vinegar slowly because it fizzes up pretty high.)
Get a scrubbing pad (I used one of those metal curly wiry ones...) and scrub in a CIRCULAR motion, rather than back and forth -- this will make your job go by so much more quickly. Grime should come off pretty easily...
When you can slide the pad gently all over the oven floor and no longer feel any rough patches, you are ready to clean up the excess baking soda/vinegar mixture.