Whether you cook a lot or a little, at some point your oven will have grease in it and on the door. Rather than use ammonia or bleach, both harsh chemicals, you can clean your oven in a greener, safer way by using baking soda, vinegar and dish liquid. This eliminates the smells and irritation that bleach and ammonia can cause, and removes the hazards of working with those chemicals in a small space.
Things You'll Need
- Baking soda
- White vinegar
- Dish liquid
Mix five tablespoons of baking soda, four tablespoons of white vinegar and three drops of dish soap liquid. Stir until a white paste forms.
Apply the paste to the greasy oven door---or the entire oven---with a sponge, and allow it to sit for 20 minutes.
Scrub the paste and grease away with a warm, damp sponge. Wipe the oven door with a clean, wet towel to remove any paste residue.
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