Using the oven always leads to the formation of deposits on its walls. If it is removed immediately after cooking, it remains clean, but rarely does anyone do this procedure. Most often, the sink is left for later. This leads to the formation of old fat and deposits inside. Therefore, housewives are interested in how to clean the oven from fat and carbon deposits at home.
What you need: Baking soda; Vinegar; Water; Latex gloves; Damp rag; Plastic or silicone spatula; Spray bottle.
Remove the grate from the oven: remove and set aside the grate, baking trays, pizza stone, oven thermometer, and anything else inside.
Make a soda paste: in a small bowl, mix 1 1/2 cup baking soda with a few tablespoons of water. Add water until the mixture is pasty. In our case, 3 tablespoons of water was used.
Leave the baking soda overnight: Leave the oven covered with a baking soda mixture overnight or at least 12 hours.
Wash the wire rack and baking sheets: while the oven is “soaking”, clean wire rack and baking sheets. This can also be done by pre-soaking in a bath with dishwashing detergent and then power cleaning with baking soda.
Clean the oven: in the morning (or after 12 hours), take a damp cloth and remove as much dried paste, stains as possible fat and carbon deposits. Use a plastic or silicone spatula as needed to scrape off any dirt.
Spray a vinegar solution: Put some vinegar in the spray and scrub where there are traces of baking soda and dirt. The vinegar reacts with the baking soda and forms a soft foam.
Wipe the oven clean: Now wipe away any residue and foam from the vinegar and soda.
Moisten your rag with water or vinegar as needed until the oven walls are completely clean and shiny. If you need help with affordable oven repair, call us right now!