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how can i clean my oven without chemicals

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oiuoiu Mon 29-Aug-16 21:00:45

I was wondering how can i clean my oven without chemicals?

MummyToTwoBeautifulGirls Mon 29-Aug-16 21:01:51

Lemon, vinegar and bicarbonate soda

Danglyweed Mon 29-Aug-16 21:03:22

Lady here does professional oven cleaning with just a steam cleaner and scrubby thing. Fuck knows how she does it though

PolterGoose Mon 29-Aug-16 21:07:29

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

BikeRunSki Mon 29-Aug-16 21:18:26

^ what polter said ^

BikeRunSki Mon 29-Aug-16 21:48:15

This might help.

Lemon juice - citric acid
Bicarbonate of soda - sodium bicarbonate

Might be a bit chemically.

whywonthedgehogssharethehedge Mon 29-Aug-16 22:05:52

According to the other thread those magic eraser sponges and elbow grease.

user1471449040 Mon 29-Aug-16 22:40:50

hmmm, I wonder if you couldn't do a big version of what I do for the microwave. Microwave instructions are: put a small bowl of water and lemon slices or lemon juice in microwave and heat until boiling. Turn off microwave and wait 10 mins for the steam to do its magic. The acidic condensation just wipes off and takes even the tiniest pieces of food/grime with it.

specialsubject Tue 30-Aug-16 15:16:40

Steam is still a chemical. But as long as op doesnt get splashed by it, using it with elbow grease ( a safe chemical) should work.

BikeRunSki Tue 30-Aug-16 19:14:02

grin specialsubject, got to be careful of that H2O vapour.

specialsubject Tue 30-Aug-16 21:44:33


PigletJohn Wed 31-Aug-16 11:57:08

If you find anything with no chemicals you can win a million pounds

Eidel Fri 02-Sep-16 14:24:43

I think some magic eraser sponges and some water and good ole elblow grease is your best bet. Good luck:-)

GummyGoddess Sat 03-Sep-16 17:33:13

Another vote for magic erasers. I buy the cheap ones from Amazon as they get destroyed fairly quickly by the burnt on stuff

Jaynesworld Thu 08-Sep-16 20:32:45

I just use hot water and washing up liquid and scrub with a Brillo pad

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