How to Clean Your Oven Door Naturally
When it comes to kitchen cleaning tips, you will appreciate knowing how to clean your oven door naturally. If you are lucky enough to have a self-cleaning oven, you know all to well how great that works at magically baking off all the dirt and grime. The oven door doesn't seem to get cleaned in the self-clean cycle, and usually, you will be left with a stubborn, grimy glass door. Thankfully that is easy to remedy with a simple natural oven cleaning paste make with baking soda and water. You probably already have the baking soda in your kitchen cabinets. To start, you will want to make the paste to a consistency that is not too runny and not too thick, something in between. Once you've made the paste, you can spread it on the glass part of the door, when it's opened flat. It's better to have the paste a little bit thick so you can spread it nicely on the dirt and grime and it will stay put without dripping off. You also might consider sprinkling the baking soda directly on the glass then spraying it with water. And if you don’t have a spray bottle, you can simply splash some water on it. You can see as soon as you spread the mixture that the grime will start coming off. After letting it sit for ten minutes use a wet sponge to wipe all of it away, and the glass will be clean. You may not even have to wait all that long for it to start working. Clean up the baking soda paste and your oven door will be like new again.
Baking soda is an ingredient that you can use for all sorts of cleaning tips and tricks from natural oven cleaning to use as an all-purpose cleaner. Baking soda is sodium bicarbonate. It is a common ingredient that can be used as an all-purpose, nontoxic cleaners. Baking soda is effective at removing stains, and it can also be used as a mild scouring tool for pots, pans, and sinks. Baking soda can neutralize acid and soften hard water. Baking soda can also be used to extinguish grease fires. Baking soda is just one of the nontoxic cleaners that can be used as a deodorizer around the house when used in the refrigerator, for smelly carpets, on upholstery, on vinyl and when used in drains. Baking soda is a useful eco-friendly cleaning supplies for cleaning and polishing aluminum, porcelain, silver, stainless steel, and tin.
Thank you to Jessica from the "Decor Adventures" site for sharing these cleaning tips and tricks on how to clean your oven door naturally. This is just one of the cleaning tips you will find on the site. Jessica and her fiance are in the process of renovating an old Colonial home, so this site serves as a place where you can see the process. You will see photos of her old house; there are a project gallery and ideas on essential oils. *
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