I was not happy the way the oven door was just not getting as clean as i want it. I poured a layer of lemon juice on the door and used a razor blade after a few minutes to scrape the brown spots off. It was so easy. The door has a gasket just do be careful near the gasket do not allow the blade to get too close. DH was amazed how clear the oven door is now.
I have self cleaning oven but do not like to use it. I prefer to clean up after evry spill but the door spatter was really well baked on. I remeber you can use vinegar romake gravy juoces so I tried the lemon juice. It also leaves the oven smelling nice not chemical odour.
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Easy way to clean your oven- friendly to the environment too!
Don't want to spend a lot of time on oven cleaning? Place about 1 cup of cloudy ammonia in a aluminum pie pan and place it in the oven overnight. In the morning, simply remove the pan and wipe the oven clean with a damp sponge. If you do this often ( about once a month ) you won't have to spend money on harmful chemicals.
You know when you go to clean your oven, especially the self clean oven, and you go to put your racks back in, and they are a little laggy and stiff??? Well, if you put a little olive oil on paper towel, and rub each end with the oil, slide them back in the oven. They glide right back in! Voila!!
Clean them with vinegar, baking soda, and salt. Stubborn mineral buildup on glass shower doors is no competition for a few common household ingredients—white vinegar, baking soda, and salt. Spray vinegar on the door and let it sit for a few minutes. Next, create a paste with equal amounts of baking soda and salt. Use adamp sponge to rub this paste over the door; then rinse well.
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