I’ve not used them yet but I’d prefer to get someone else to do the scrubbing or am I just being too lazy LOL

Just tried the baking soda method to remove grease from my oven. WOW! It works beautifully and easily! When my son noticed it, he actually said it looks like I had bought a new oven! For him to even notice on his own is a miracle in itself! Thank you for the tip. Baking soda is its own miracle!

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What about spraying with vinegar first and then using the baking soda? I feel like to two would work better together as they create a fizzy reaction to help lift the gunk up?

Spatters and drips are inevitable. Here's how to tackle the oven (whether or not yours has a self-cleaning function) if you've neglected it awhile.

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When was the last time you cleaned your oven?

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Spatters and drips are inevitable. Here's how to tackle the oven (whether or not yours has a self-cleaning function) if you've neglected it awhile.Take the racks out even if you are using your oven's self-cleaning function; the heat during the cycle can warp racks.

Izabela Habur/iStock Aluminum Foil Are you baking a bubbly lasagna or casserole? Keep messy drips off the bottom of the oven by laying a sheet or two of aluminum foil over the rack below. Do not line the bottom of the oven with foil; it could cause a fire.

Per my sister’s request (and not thinking it through), I used a regular OTC toxic cleaner last night. After waking up with a migraine and a mostly clean oven, I need to start round #2.

I clean my microwave and oven with water and lemon juice. I put a cereal bowl of hot water into the microwave with 1/4- 1/2 cup of lemon juice and set it up for highest setting for 7-10 minutes until it boils and steam. Then wearing oven glove I wipe steam of microwave with paper towel. cleans great. The similar technique I use for oven, big bowl of water with lemon juice, set up max degrees and leave it for boiling. it is great to kill smells as well.

Burnt-on food and grease isn’t just unpleasant to smell while you’re cooking: it can also form a potential fire risk, making occasional oven cleaning an essential household task. Use the method above, though, and the job will be over before you know it.

The easiest way to clean your oven is to use its built-in self-cleaning function.

If you’re looking for a video tutorial, this video from YouTuber Love Meg is really helpful! It’s amazing to see with your own eyes how effective this solution really is.

I’d go with the self-clean function, personally. Yet if I can’t convince you to try it, a good scrub-down with baking soda will certainly do the trick!

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What do you think of this DIY cleaning product? Do you use another technique to clean your oven? Share it in the comments section below.

Here’s what you’ll need to get started:

If you are like me, your oven occasionally (or once a week in my case) gets burnt on food on the bottom, splattered food on the sides, or dried food stuck on the rack.

Then, I walk away, and leave the baking soda there for a few hours (with the oven off, unless you want to see some amateur special effects… I don’t recommend this!) After a few hours I simply wipe up the paste with a cloth and all the grime comes with it. For really baked on grime, this may take a couple applications, but it always works and it is 100% natural!

Method One: The easiest, yet slower, method is to leave a layer of the baking soda paste over the surface of the oven for 12 to 24 hours. Then wet it later and scrub off. Over time, the baking soda will loosen the debris, making it easy to wipe away.

That is why this particular tip is one of my favorites because it is so easy, cheap and natural!

How to clean an oven

I’m so glad it worked for you! Thanks for reading!

It’s important to keep all areas of your kitchen clean and hygienic, and that includes the oven. Whether it’s from bubbling cheese or spilled sauces, ovens often take a bit of a battering, and with busy lives, sometimes we can be reluctant to clean it up! Yes, oven cleaning does require a bit of work, but the right techniques can make this task a breeze. Follow these simple oven cleaning tips to ensure you stay safe and healthy in the kitchen:

This totally worked for our post Thanksgiving oven disaster, ie; turkey grease spilled and a pie made with maple syrup bubbled over, sticky mess and grease both gone.

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Questions: What can I do to get the nasty cleaner residue out of the oven? Is there anything I can put on the bottom of the oven to prevent future messes that won’t compromise the cooking process?

Chances are, if your oven is less than 50 years old, it has a self-cleaning option. A setting that you might not have ever tested.

Use an old sponge with an abrasive pad to rub the baking soda paste over the sides and bottom of the oven.

I'm here to show you a completely safe, natural and effective way to clean your oven — no harsh chemicals and no high-heat auto-cleaning with smoke detector funny business. It takes a little time and some elbow grease, but the payoff is well worth it. Plus, you most likely have everything you need to take on this project already in your cupboards.

If you’d prefer to use a natural oven cleaner, you can make your own oven cleaning products from things you probably already have in your cupboards.

So how should you go about cleaning your oven?

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Usually, we would suggest giving the automatic cleaning function of your oven a try, but not even appliance comes with that feature. And, even if it does, a casual auto-cleaning can’t deal with a seriously stained or caked-on mess. Sometimes, it’s best to go the old school route and hand clean your oven yourself.