Some nifty tricks for cleaning your oven quite effortlessly
Many ovens are covered in filth. No one likes cleaning the oven because when it gets dirty after one use, it’s a ton of work. It’s probably one of the most common problem spots in the kitchen, which always seems to be dirty.
But actually the truth of the matter is, you don’t have to put that much effort into making your oven shine. With these tricks, it practically cleans itself.
Here’s how to clean your oven in two steps: cleaning of the oven window and the oven itself
¼ Cup of baking soda
1 Cup of ammonia
4 Cups of boiling water
2 Ovenproof containers
The oven window
Pour water into the cup of baking soda until it thickens.
Apply the substance to the glass window.
Allow the baking soda to take effect on the window for 30 minutes.
To finish, just wipe the suds and dirt away with a sponge.
The action begins the night before you want to clean the oven:
Preheat the oven to 300℉.
Pour 4 cups of boiling water into one container.
1 cup of ammonia in the second container.
Turn the oven off.
Place the ammonia on the middle oven shelf and the water on the bottom.
Close the oven and go to sleep.
The next day, mix some detergent with the ammonia and spread it all over the oven. Afterwards remove the filth with ease by using a sponge and a scraper.
It’s brilliant how little work this takes. After this, you will welcome the next oven-cleaning session with open arms.
Make sure you air the room and avoid inhaling ammonia fumes, which are harmful to your health. Or alternatively mix baking powder with water to a paste and apply to oven. Then wipe it clean afterwards.
Oh, and share this idea. It’ll save your friends a bunch of work.