Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Easy Peasy Oven Cleaning

OK first of all, please don't judge me, I'm baring all in a confession here.

I've NEVER cleaned my oven! Well not NEVER EVER, but NEVER this one that we currently own!

Stop that!

I see you rolling your eyes!

I've wiped it up and gone out of my way NOT to make a big mess, but I've never actually rolled up my sleeves and did whatever you do to clean your oven.

But now, I as I wait to exhale, I thought it would be a good time to clean the oven.

I remember seeing somewhere on Pinterest that you could sprinkle baking soda on the bottom of your oven and spray with vinegar and walk away and the oven would basically clean itself.

Being an optimistic skeptic, I thought I'd give it a try before heading to WallyWorld for something stronger and a gas mask. I wasn't really expecting it to work, but OH MY GRANNY and HOLY SCHNIKES BATMAN!

It works! It really works!

I'm very impatient, so I had to scrub a little almost instantly to see if it was working and UH MAY ZING!

I wish I had taken better before pictures! I did manage to get a little corner where I hadn't sprinkled the solution, you can see the grossness below.




Sorry you have to cock your head to the side like that.

That last picture is without any elbow grease! I was just so excited I had to sit down and blog about it!

Now I'm off to find a cure for cancer or something!
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2 comments:

Kathy Kelley said...

Lovely Rita--My friend Bridget turned me onto this simple cleaning solution. Vinegar and baking soda ain't just for fake volcano action! If you prefer a lighter scent--generic lemon juice and baking soda.
XOXO
K Kelley

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