Water, Baking Soda, and Vinegar is All You Need to Make Your Oven Sparkle!

Ovens are perfect for making cakes, casseroles, or delicious garlic bread, but they can also get really dirty. Foods spill or boil over, and most of the time, it is impossible to clean up a spill before it burns on in an unremovable mass that likes to smoke every time you turn on your oven.

Who has this problem?

Of course, cleaning your oven is a must, but it is low to the ground, and the door is in the way. There is the oven self-cleaner, but that brings the temperature up insanely high and your oven is out of commission for about 3 hours. It is a little scary just how hot ovens get when they self-clean.

There is another way to make cleaning your oven easier and it is all natural!

Check it out! (Yes, vinegar is misspelled in the video.)

Oven Cleaner Instructions:

  • What you need is water, baking soda, ( click here for International products vinegar, an oven-safe pan or bowl, and a sponge or washcloth.
  • Mix one part water, baking soda, and vinegar together in your oven-safe container.
  • Dab some of the solution on the bottom of the oven and place the rest of the solution in the container on an oven rack.
  • Set your oven for 100 degrees and let it run for 45 minutes.
  • Wipe up all the loose gunk, and your oven is clean.

I know this isn’t some magical oven cleaning hack, but it sure is a time saver!

Who is going to give this a try?

Share in the comments!

(Hefty)

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4 comments
Lulu Lovelace - September 5, 2016

I wish I had taken a before pic because after is a real disappointment. It didn’t make cleaning the oven any easier but the worst of it is that now there is a powdery residue between the two plates of glass on the oven door that were not there before. Looks like baking soda … There is no way to clean it as it is inaccessible … trapped between the two sheets that are fitted into the door. Very disappointing. When will I learn????? Taken in again by “natural” wonder methods. Good luck!

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    Adelle Parker - November 12, 2016

    Duh, ….. everyone knows the best oven cleaner is always someone else, ;)

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      Lulu Lovelace - November 13, 2016

      I have a lot of health problems and cannot reach into the oven … so I gave it a try. My original comment was 2 months ago … the residue is STILL in the oven!!!! So much misinformation on the net, but I thought this could work as I find lemon juice and baking powder works wonders on the top of the stove.

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        Steph - December 14, 2016

        Doesn’t your glass oven door come apart? Mine does. I followed the instruction booklet and manage to remove the glass completely to give it a good clean on both sides.

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