How to Clean Oven With Safe Tools

Posted by on Mar 27, 2012 in cleaning | 0 comments

How to Clean Oven With Safe Tools

Forget what the commercials say out on the television and radio, and newspapers, and magazines, and any other commercial at all. Remember that advertising has got you doing things you probably do not want to do even, and wanting things you don’t even need. With that being said a simple example is in order. Here is how you can clean your oven using only natural, cheap and safe tools.

Baking soda and vinegar. There are a lot of information about them on the web, and how great they are for cleaning virtually everything. Well guess what – if they weren’t working, why so much popularity ?
This is other than a simple commercial trick. What grand company would advertise vinegar and baking soda ? They are cheap. And you buy them one way or the other – for salads and baking. I simply insist that you use them for other stuff. This is not some sort of saving of money, this actually is a more efficient return of investments. And you don’t need to suffer from poor efficiency of the product. Again – people have spoken, it works.

Take baking soda for example. Oven cleaners London usually use lots of tools to clean it properly. They are professionals and know their job though, and can ensure the safety of the food afterwards and the quality of clean. If you leave some spot, treated with a highly toxic cleaner, and do not rinse it properly, you will end up with a cake a-la cleaner. This doesn’t sound delicious at all, does it ? This is why you use baking soda instead. Just wet the stained areas and pour soda on them. Then leave for a couple of hours then remove with a sponge. This is best done while the oven is still relatively hot, and the grease and baked food are fresh.

Another option, after pouring soda on all the stained places, to sprinkle some white vinegar on top of it. A chemistry lesson – the vinegar is an acid, baking soda is a base. When the two collide they cause a chemical reaction that dissolves everything around them. Since soda is a weak base the reaction is nothing to worry about. However the baked food does have to worry about it. Cleaners London say that these two methods are good only for non self or continuously cleaning ovens. The first group does it on her own and the other has special covers inside, which can be damaged by any abrasive cleaner. Even the baking soda and vinegar.

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