Bircarbonate, vinegar, coarse salt and water, here’s how you can clean your oven with natural methods, removing dirt and getting good results without effort.
HOW TO CLEAN THE OVEN WITH NATURAL REMEDIES EASILY AVAILABLE AT HOME
The oven is one of the most difficult home appliances to clean wisely. In reality, there are several readily available natural products that not only allow you to get an extremely clean and shiny result, but also in an extremely simple way. You will need to do this kind of procedure, at least once a week, if you use the oven with any consistency because otherwise the incrustations could be quite difficult to remove.
Going back to the traditions of our grandmothers, it is possible to use natural degreasers that will allow you to have some success in their use, such as coarse salt, lemon, bicarbonate or vinegar. These products will also allow you to protect the environment because they are ecological and biodegradable.
The first remedy is to use baking soda, coarse salt and water in a cup. You will need to start by mixing the baking soda with the salt, then add water from time to time until you get a thick and creamy mixture. At this point, using a cloth, you will need to use the mixture on the inside of the oven, allowing it to degrease, for about an hour. After this time, simply rinse with water and you will have a satisfactory result.
LEMON JUICE OR WINE VINEGAR SOLUTION
Another solution for cleaning the oven is to use a mixture of water and lemon. Take a fairly high rimmed pan and insert an inch of water and the juice of 3 lemons into it. Put the pan in the oven and turn it on at 180 degrees for 30 minutes. During this time, the solution will begin to evaporate and more importantly attack the embedded dirt by softening it. After turning off the oven, you can easily remove the dirt with a cloth soaked in hot water.
You can also use wine vinegar, following a similar procedure to the lemon solution. Specifically, you will need to take a pan and put in water and a glass of vinegar. At this point, you will have to put the pan, in the oven preheated to 150 ° and wait for about 15 minutes for the solution to evaporate and then start to attack the more encrusted dirt. Once this time has elapsed, open the oven and wait for it to cool slightly so that you can use a cloth that you will have to soak in the same solution to remove the dirt in a very simple and quick way.