Baking Soda to Clean Oven
Sodium carbonate is useful for different housecleaning purposes. You can clean your kitchen, fridge, cabinets, carpets and much more. Let’s make another great use of baking soda. Yes, now getting clean the oven with baking soda is simply possible for you. It’s a natural cleaner that has the strength to clean an oven and makes it odor, stain free. It does not have any harsh chemicals and fumes, at the same time, an inexpensive cleaning agent. Using it to cleanse oven will keep you safe from any health issues. In simple words, just stop worrying to have any side effects. Simply make a baking soda paste and use it to remove dirt, rust and other layers in an oven. The odor absorbing and other properties of sodium carbonate can also absorb grime and grease.
Things we will need:
- Baking soda (almost a complete box)
- Spray bottle
- Sponge/ cleaning rag
- Steel wood scrubber
- Bucket/ bowl
- Distilled white Vinegar
Directions to Clean Oven with Baking Soda:
Sprinkle Baking Soda:
First of all, remove the oven racks, and soaked them in vinegar and hot water solution. Second, take a sponge and clean out all the dust or food particles present in the oven. Now sprinkle a thick layer of baking soda all inside the oven.
Spray the Baking Soda Solution:
Add a cup of water in a spray bottle and 2 tablespoons of baking soda in it. Spray the baking soda down until it is damp. This baking soda and water spray together will help in the break down the food particles.
Continue Cleaning with Baking Soda Spray:
Keep continue to spray baking soda solution in the oven almost after every two hours, this step will keep the oven moist. You can easily continue this same process for the next several hours until the baking soda begins to dry out.
Rubdown the Baking Soda Out of the Oven
Take a cleaning sponge and remove all the dried baking soda out of the oven. If there are any food particles or rust remained in the oven, just rub it with a baking soda powder or with a prepared solution in the spray bottle. Food residue will be scraped out with the baking soda. Use a steel scrubber to loosen up the tougher bits remained inside the oven.
Wash and Pat Dry Bottom of the Oven:
Take water in a bowl and use a clean sponge to swab the remaining residue and baking soda out of the oven. It will be better to change the water one or more times. It will assure the proper cleaning of the oven.