DIY Oven Cleaner Printable Recipe
Cleaning your oven has never been easier thanks to this DIY Oven Cleaner Printable Recipe. If you are trying to keep chemicals to a minimum in your household, then you might want to try out this great tutorial from My Honey's Place for a natural oven cleaning recipe. With so many cleaning products out on the market now its hard to know which ones are effective and which ones are just plain toxic. There is a whole isle dedicated to chemical cleaners now and it can be overwhelming to know what one to purchase and use. This is why it is so helpful to have DIY tutorials and natural oven cleaning recipes to try out and keep chemicals out of your home. Not only are the chemical cleaners toxic for yourself and your family, they also pollute the water ways and the landfills, so they have an environmental impact as well.
There are so many different ways that you can use natural cleaning agents like vinegar and baking soda that you will wonder why you ever bothered with all of the chemical products before. People have been using these natural items for centuries and they have many uses. You can clean your entire house with just vinegar and baking soda. Vinegar works as a disinfectant and a deodorizer so it is great for cleaning kitchens and bathrooms, and baking soda is also great at deodorizing and freshening and can be used as a powder cleanser as well as a carpet and mattress deodorizer. Keeping these affordable, natural products stocked at all times is a great idea. You can also use them in cooking and baking.
This oven cleaner is made out of all natural ingredients and it is just as effective as the oven off or easy off that you buy at the store that is filled with toxic chemicals. There are only 3 ingredients in this solution, and they really get the job done. All you need for this natural oven cleaning recipe for cleaning your oven, is baking soda, vinegar and dawn dishwashing soap. These are most likely items that you already have in your kitchen cupboard too. Or, if you don't have them, they are quite affordable to purchase and can be bought at any grocery store. You being by making a paste with all of the ingredients and then you simply spread the paste onto the sides and floor and ceiling of your oven.
You want to let it sit for at least 20 minutes if not longer to work its magic. You could even leave it on over night for some serious cleaning power. Once it has sat and eaten away at all of the crust and gunk in your oven, you can scrub with a scrub pad and some hot water to get the tough spots off. You can even use a dull scraper to scrape some of the gunk off as well. Thank you to the folks over at My Honey's Place for this great diy oven cleaning recipe using dawn dishwashing soap, baking soda and vinegar. Try it out for yourself.*
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