How to Clean a Regular Oven

Posted on Apr 25 2012 at 12:43:07 AM in How-To

Self cleaning ovens require much less attention than the regular ones. The cleaning process sis a bit different, but it's much simpler than the regular ovens. Since I have an old fashioned regular oven at home, I have spend quite a bit of time cleaning it. This makes me kind of an expert. Here is some advice to you people, on oven cleaning.

Here I have described the entire process step by step.

1.First of all you need to remove the racks from the inside of the oven. They will be cleaned separately and will make more room for you to move around inside the oven.

2.Fill a one litre sprinkler bottle with 4 table spoon of baking soda and the rest with warm water.

3.Shake the bottle to dilute the soda in it. This will be your main cleaner.

4.Sprinkle the inside of the oven with this solution 2 or 3 times per day. Oven cleaners in London may be able to clean this all thing faster, with just one go, but I'm not like them. I prefer to take is slow but steady and with less collateral damage.

5.Since you are using nothing more than baking soda and water, it is fine to use the oven during the week.

6.Keep sprinkling it for about a week. You will notice a significant difference.

7.By the end of the week the baking soda solution would have dissolved the carbon build up all over the oven and collected it at the bottom.

8.Wipe the carbon with a damp cloth every time you are going to notice it.

A warning tip. Oven cleaners London would never use the soda sprinkler on a hot oven. Wait for it to cool down first. Do not sprinkle the glass door of the oven with the solution. And don't be afraid of all the extra mess in the oven. At the end of the week it will look like new.

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Author: Scadi7
Created: Apr 25 2012 at 12:43:07 AM
Updated: Apr 25 2012 at 12:43:26 AM
Category: How-To
Language: English