Cleaning your oven is an important part of maintaining its efficiency and keeping it looking good.
Ovens can get dirty over time, with spills, spills and food splatters, but with a little bit of effort and the right cleaning products, you can get your oven looking like new. Here are some tips for cleaning your oven:
Prepare your oven: Before you begin cleaning your oven, remove any removable parts such as the racks, grates, and drip pans. Wash these in hot soapy water and set aside.
Gather cleaning supplies: You will need a sponge, a bucket of hot water, a dish soap, a baking soda, and a vinegar solution.
Clean the inside of the oven: Sprinkle baking soda over the inside of the oven, making sure to cover any spills and food splatters. Then, spray a generous amount of vinegar solution over the baking soda, creating a paste. Let the paste sit for about 15 minutes.
Scrub the inside of the oven: Using a damp sponge, scrub the inside of the oven, making sure to get into all the nooks and crannies. Use hot water to rinse the sponge as needed. When you’ve finished scrubbing, wipe down the inside of the oven with a clean cloth to remove any residue.
Clean the door: If the door has food or grease buildup, clean it with a mixture of baking soda and hot water. Rub the mixture onto the door and then rinse with a clean cloth.
Clean the outside of the oven: Clean the outside of the oven with a mixture of dish soap and hot water. Wipe it down with a clean cloth, making sure to get into all the crevices.
Reassemble the oven: Put the removable parts back into the oven and reassemble it.
Cleaning your oven regularly will extend its life and keep it looking and functioning at its best. With a little bit of effort, you can get your oven looking like new again.