Easy oven cleaning

Oven cleaningKitchen cleaning is generally among the toughest household chores there is. The job is time and energy consuming, and achieving good results at it is always hard.  But even here, there are some tasks that are harder to tackle than others. Oven cleaning is one of them, especially if there are food spills in the oven that you have forgotten to clean immediately after they occurred.

The first thing you can do of course is to find professional cleaners operating your area who can carry out the job for you. They are going to have the proper tools and cleaning solutions, as well as the skills and know-how to do everything in a quick and completely hassle-free manner – most probably up to results that you will never be able to achieve on your own. There are however several factors that may explain why you would like to avoid hiring a cleaning company.

Whatever the reasons are for you to wish to take care of the oven cleaning by yourself are, listed below are some tips that will definitely help you complete the job properly:

  • The first thing to do is to remove and clean the racks and drip pans. The best tool to do that is a damp paper towel.
  • Use a non-abrasive scrubber in order to remove any bits of burned on food from the inside of your oven.
  • Baking soda is a simple and all-natural oven cleaning product. Open your oven door and sprinkle clean water on the areas that need to be cleaned. Sprinkle baking soda on the damp area – it should form a paste when mixed with the water. Leave the paste in the oven for a couple of hours and then thoroughly wipe everything. Your oven is now clean.
  • In order to finish the job, use a simple scrub brush to wipe clean the racks. Then you can proceed to drying everything and assembling your oven.
  • An additional hint that may be helpful is concerned with spills which occur while you are still baking. Naturally you cannot use any chemical product before you have finished cooking. For the purpose of making the food spill cleaning a much easier process afterwards, just generously sprinkle table salt on the damaged area. Finish your cooking and leave the oven to cool. You will notice that the spill is much easier to remove now.