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How to Clean an Oven in 10 Simple Steps

 
Keeping your oven clean is essential for both its efficiency and your kitchen’s hygiene. While the process might seem daunting, with the right materials and a bit of patience, you can achieve a sparkling clean oven. Here’s a professional guide to help you through it.
 

 

Step-by-Step Guide to a Clean Oven

 
1. You need
 
  • Baking soda
  • Water
  • Rubber gloves
  • White vinegar
  • Spray bottle
  • Cleaning rag
 
2. Remove the Oven Racks Take out the oven racks and place them on old newspapers or towels. This will prevent grime from transferring onto your surfaces.
 
3. Make the Baking Soda Paste Combine equal parts of baking soda and water to create a spreadable paste. This will be your primary cleaning agent.
 
4. Apply the Cleaning Paste Spread the baking soda paste inside the oven, avoiding the heating elements. Focus on areas with heavy grease buildup.
 
5. Wait 12 Hours Allow the paste to sit for at least 12 hours. This waiting period lets the baking soda work its magic on the tough grime.
 
6. Clean Oven Racks Soak the oven racks in hot water for two hours.
 
7. Wipe Off the Baking Soda Paste Use a damp cloth to remove the paste and any grime. For particularly stubborn spots, employ a spatula gently.
 
8. Spray Vinegar Inside the Oven Spray white vinegar inside the oven. This will cause any remaining baking soda residue to foam up, making it easier to wipe away.
 
9. Clean the Interior Glass Apply the baking soda paste to the oven window and let it sit for 30 minutes. Then, wipe it off to reveal a clear, streak-free glass.
 
10. Wipe Down Oven Doors and Knobs Clean the exterior of the oven, including the doors and knobs, with a mixture of equal parts water and white vinegar. Use a microfiber cloth to ensure a streak-free finish.
 

 
 
For ovens that see a lot of use, a deep clean every three months is ideal. For those used less frequently, a thorough cleaning every six months to a year should suffice. Regular maintenance not only keeps your oven looking pristine but also ensures it operates efficiently.
 
By following these straightforward steps, you can enjoy a spotless oven without the stress. Happy cleaning!
 
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