How to clean your oven without harsh chemicals

You fail to get rid of burnings and dry fat on oven walls? See here some DIY recipes to help you have a clean, fragrant stove in record time. See below a few quick tricks.

Baking soda
The famous Martha Stewart recommends a thick paste of baking soda and water, which you apply throughout the oven shelves, trays and walls. Allow the paste to work overnight and clean it the next day with a spatula scrape or a rough sponge.

Salt, vinegar and heat
If you do not want to use complex or toxic substances, try an organic remedy to clean a very dirty oven full of burnings. Preheat oven to minimum, mix water and white wine vinegar (you can also add bicarbonate) in a spray bottle in equal parts and apply uniformly. Immediately after you spray the solution, throw salt over all areas you find burning, fat or residues. Close the oven and leave solution to act. When oven is cold and dry, clean it with a spatula or a rough sponge.

Dish soap and baking soda
Mix half a cup of baking soda with ¼ cup of dishwashing detergent and water enough to get a thick paste. Apply this mixture on the inner surface of the oven and leave it on for several hours. Use a sprayer with water and moisten the pasta occasionally. Use a dry towel to remove the mixture and rinse if necessary.

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