Oven Cleaning - Homemade Cleaner Recipes for Oven and Stove Top

Jan 29, 2019 | Publisher: Tipsbulletin | Category: Other |  

Oven Cleaning Cheat Sheet Tips and Homemade Cleaner Recipes To Make Oven Cleaning A Breeze. Stove Top Cleaning Mix a soft paste of white vinegar or lemon juice with baking soda Apply and let sit on burned food stains for couple of minutes Scrub with a microfiber or soft sponge Make sure glass-top stove is turned off and completely cooled before cleaning. Glass Cooktop Naturally Without Chemicals Mix a soft paste of white vinegar or lemon juice with baking soda Apply and let sit on burned food stains for couple of minutes Scrub with a microfiber or soft sponge Make sure glass-top stove is turned off and completely cooled before cleaning. Cleaning Your Glass Stove Top Conventional Way On old style electric stove top burner, first, remove the coils and drip pans Wipe down the coils with a damp sponge Clean the drip pans with water and soap. Extra soaking in hot soapy water might be needed. Careful not to submerge the coils in water or get any electrical part wet Cleaning Your Electric Stove On new-style electric cooktops, spray the stove top with a cleaner and wipe the entire area with a sponge Alternatively use a paste of white vinegar and some baking soda, let it sit and wipe it with a microfiber cloth. Stove Top Cleaning Moisten the area Apply powdered cleaner such as Barkeepers Friend Note: Entire stainless stove-top must be completely cooled down for cleaning. Cleaning Your Stainless Steel Cooktop Rub in the direction of the grain of the steel Wipe Clean with a microfiber cloth Use White Vinegar or Thick paste of Water and Baking Soda let it sit 30 minutes scrub with sponge. or For very dirty burner grates use half a cup of Ammonia in sealed plastic bag let it sit at least 12 hours scrub with sponge Methods work equally well for stove burner grates and drip pans. Gas Stove Top Cleaning Naturally Without Chemicals Spray with Oven Cleaner and let sit at least 30 minutes scrub with sponge if needed apply multiple times Tip: Before spending money on an oven cleaner, make sure you check the price for new stove burners or dripping pans. Depending on your gas stove they might be very inexpensive. Cleaning Gas Stove Burner Grates and Drip Pans Conventional Way Clean Gas Stove Burners and Oven Grates How to Clean an Oven Remove all oven racks and Clean racks separately with dish soap and water Run the self cleaning function on your oven according to the instruction manual Note: Make sure kitchen is well ventilated during the self-cleaning process Clean Your Self Cleaning Oven Once finished, let oven cool down (min 2 hours) Use sponge to wipe the oven to remove ash. Mix 4 tbsp. baking soda with water in a spray bottle (16 oz.) Spray thoroughly and let sit for two hours. Wipe oven with a sponge and repeat if needed. To up the cleaning power even more, add 1 tbsp. of white vinegar. Make sure oven is turned off and completely cooled before cleaning. Oven Cleaner Natural Homemade Recipe Apply an excellent fume free oven cleaner Let it sit according to the instructions Wipe the oven clean with a microfiber cloth Make sure oven is turned off and completely cooled before cleaning. Cleaning Your Oven Conventional Way Oven Cleaning by Hand Oven Door Glass Cleaning Mix 1 tbsp. baking soda with 1 cup of Water and fill in spray bottle To up the cleaning power even more, add 1 tbsp. of white vinegar. Note: For a fresh scent add a few drops of dawn dish soap. Oven Door Panes and Surfaces Natural Glass Cleaner Read the instruction manual that came with your oven to see how to open the parts of the door. The door is often held in place with screws. When you have taken the door apart, you can then clean between the panes of glass with a simple natural glass cleaner. Note: Taking apart your oven door can void your warranty. Oven Door Cleaning between the Glass Panes

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Practical cleaning tips on how to best clean an oven. Includes homemade oven cleaner recipes and detailed hands-on tips for cleaning stove tops and the glass in the door.

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