How to easily clean the oven

by Katrina - The Organised Housewife

Cleaning the oven would have to be one of my least favourite jobs too.  But I love to bake and doing it in a clean oven is preferable. I am sensitive to harsh chemicals so I prefer to not use commercial oven cleaners which are always so potent.  I use my non-toxic method as outlined below.  Commercial cleaners may be a faster alternative, but I am okay with a little elbow grease to use my method.

I use the following products to clean my oven, nothing too overpowering.

1. Soak the oven shelves and side racks

Place an old towel or a sheet in your bathtub to help prevent scratching the tub. Place your shelves on top of the towel and sprinkle Oxi Power Laundry Stain Remover over top.  Fill bath with HOT water enough to cover the shelves.  Leave for a few hours or overnight to help loosen the grime.  Gently scrub the shelves.

2. Remove baked-on food on the bottom of the oven

While the shelves are soaking sprinkle the base of the oven with bicarb soda.  Spray vinegar over the bicarb, this combination together will foam and help to make it easy to remove the caked on grime.  Allow to sit for several hours or overnight.  Wipe over with a cloth or non scratch scourer to remove the grime.

3. Clean the oven door

Add 1/2 cup of baking soda, 6 drops lemon essential oil and 6 drops lime essential oil to a small bowl, gradually adding water to make a thin paste.  You don’t want it too thick as you want to smear it over the oven door.  Spread the mixture over the baked on grime on the door.  Allow to sit for several hours or overnight. Use a cloth or non scratch scourer to remove the grime.  I’d love a scrub free way of cleaning the oven glass but I do find it does need some elbow grease. Rinse with a damp cloth to reveal your sparkling clean oven door.

4. One last wipe over

Spray the oven interior, and door with vinegar, rinse with a damp cloth to reveal your sparkling clean oven and door.

5. Clean the oven shelves

After the shelves have been soaking overnight, use a scourer to help remove any stubborn areas. I love this grill brush for this task. There really isn’t much effort at all, it should just fall off.  Then rinse the shelves with boiling water and dry.

6. Replace the oven racks and shelves

Place your racks and shelves back into your beautifully clean oven!

7. Clean the exterior of your oven

To remove any food spills and fingerprints.  Follow my tips here to make your stainless steel shine again!!

You can purchase stainless steel cleaner from the supermarket. But instead, eliminate the use of chemicals by making this very simple, inexpensive and effective homemade stainless steel cleaner using ingredients you can find in your pantry!

Do you have a super easy tip to clean your oven?

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99 comments

Sonia G December 4, 2013 - 6:24 AM

I just use washing soda and hot water to clean my wire racks. I don’t even have to leave them soaking for very long. Usually just long enough that the water is bearable on my hands…lol

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Kelly December 4, 2013 - 8:40 AM

Any tips on cleaning the top of the oven? I too hate the chemical cleaners but have not found a way to clean the roof of the oven effectively with non chemical cleaners.

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Lisa Pang December 4, 2013 - 10:15 AM

I just did this for the first time last week and it was great… the shelves were black and look so much better…… not perfect but I ran out of scrubbing time. Plan to do it again after Christmas……..

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Delilah Ekeberg April 14, 2021 - 2:31 PM

Can I put the racks in the laundry tub?as I only have a shower in my house

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Katrina - The Organised Housewife April 22, 2021 - 9:21 AM

You certainly could!

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Kylie Maree Woods December 4, 2013 - 10:29 AM

Use the bathtub to soak the oven racks! BRILLIANT! I’ve never been happy with trying to fit mine in the sink on weird angles…so rarely do they get the full treatment they need. That will be-a-changing now. 🙂 Yay! (Oh dear… how sad that I am so excited by this. 😉 )

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katepickle December 4, 2013 - 10:30 AM

Ah in the bath!! Genius … Except the bathroom with the bath is not built yet! Lol

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Erica December 7, 2013 - 4:22 PM

Laundry trough?

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katepickle December 8, 2013 - 8:36 AM

We don’t have a laundry right now either! LOL Ah the joys of renovating your own house, it takes years but one day it will be worth it!

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serve safe first December 4, 2013 - 10:41 AM

sorry but YUCK – I would never do this in a million years!

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Ingrid December 4, 2013 - 10:42 AM

what a great idea using the bathtub! im going to try this today, part of the reason mine so desperately needs a clean is that its too hard to try and poke it around in the sink! thank you for this great tip! I also bought some Lemon Oil from the Neat Freak on facebook and this dilutes in a spray bottle with water to clean just about everything in sight, so by using this after my initial oven makeover, it will be so much easier to maintain.

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Warden December 4, 2013 - 6:25 PM

I love the concept, but you can get a plastic “toy container” from most hardware stores. Big enough to hold an oven rack, but smaller than a bath. And you don’t have to worry about scratching the bath.

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Sam Campbell December 4, 2013 - 1:00 PM

OMG what fabulous timing, my oven desperately needed a clean as I have been using those oven trays with the holes to get crispier chips, etc but they leave such a build up on the shelves it is horrible. Was trying to work out the best way to do it when I saw your post so I have them in the bath as we speak and have done the bottom of the oven and door as well with the bi-card and vinegar (hope it works on the door too, you didn’t mention that) oh well will let you know how that goes, it can’t hurt it I suppose. YAY, thank you again.

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kate @ livinglovinglaughing December 4, 2013 - 1:39 PM

these are great tips and i am going to give them a go, esp the racks idea! but my biggest challenge is the glass oven door – it seems to be stained with brown/film of some sort. any tips on how to get that off without scratching it to pieces??

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Janice December 4, 2013 - 3:54 PM

With regards to the glass oven door, I use a glass scraper like that used for glass-top cook-tops (stoves). With a bit of spray first, vinegar is good, it comes off easily. Just be careful to keep scraper level so as not to dig in, and buff with a clean cloth afterwards.

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kate @ livinglovinglaughing December 4, 2013 - 10:26 PM

thank you!!! i will try that – i think we have one of those scrapers!

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christine December 8, 2013 - 2:27 PM

Gumption gets it off easily. Just wet a chux, and apply, so easy. Available in cleaning Isle at supermarket.

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Jude May 8, 2019 - 4:48 PM

I hadn’t cleaned my removable inner layer of the glass oven door for about 2 years with baked on dark brown splatter. I tried bicarb and vinegar and scrubbing plus ENJO glove and marble paste with some success. A large kitchen knife scraped off the residual spots that were baked on badly but left a few scratches. I should have kept the knife flatter or got a flatter scraper. However it worked and the outer glass layer of the door is absolutely no fine so no drama, it looks a zillion times better than before. Thanks for the inspiration Kat! They are the jobs I hate doing. Next time I wouldn’t spend so much time using bicarb/vinegar though but would go for the scraper after one attempt with the products.

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Katrina - The Organised Housewife May 9, 2019 - 8:55 AM

Thanks for the feedback Jude! Glad to hear your oven is sparkling clean again.

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Sara December 4, 2013 - 1:51 PM

I skip the bath and put the trays in my dishwasher on pot wash – brilliant and NO cleanup!

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Kaycee June 2, 2016 - 6:13 PM

Same here 🙂

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melissa December 8, 2013 - 9:07 AM

This sounds super easy, will give it a go and see if it will work for me.

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Rusty Hoe December 8, 2013 - 4:51 PM

Keen to give this a go, but do you end up with a grime covered bath after or does it easily wash off? Just don’t want to exchange one chore for another.

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Kelly December 9, 2013 - 7:03 PM

I did have to clean the bath afterward but it wasn’t a big deal. Just a quick wipe down

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Rusty Hoe December 9, 2013 - 7:22 PM

Thanks Kelly 🙂

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busybee December 8, 2013 - 9:40 PM

i recently used this method to clean the washable parts of my exhaust fan…could never have got it so clean without this advice. thx. Unfortunately the exhaust has a charcolar filter….and it’s passed it’s use-by…that can’t be washed or cleaned….so off to the shops for new one.

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kate @ livinglovinglaughing December 11, 2013 - 9:50 AM

hi, i just tried this with my oven racks – soaked in the bath overnight with super hot water and napisan…. went to get them this morning and…. nothing has come off or will come off, even w scrubbing!!! 🙁 have I done something wrong? something else to add to water?

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Lu January 29, 2016 - 4:44 PM

try lining the bath tub with aluminium foil – over the towels but under the racks – racks on then sprinkle a cup of napissan add hot water and leave – this is even easier!

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Jem December 11, 2013 - 12:53 PM

This was the most amazing trick ever! My oven hadn’t been cleaned for what looked like a good 5 years… after living in the place for the past 2, it was time. I had some issues with the removal glass. Grime didn’t budge from there or on some of the racks.. Jif Cream Cleanser worked on that with a little scrubba dub

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PipC December 11, 2013 - 8:54 PM

Best trick that I have just been told and tried with great success is to clean the range hood is soak it in some good hard core oven cleaner and then put it in the dishwasher on the hottest setting that you can get. It comes up a treat – absolutely sparkling.

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Lisa March 26, 2014 - 3:41 PM

I am going to try this tonight and see how we go.

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Kat - The Organised Housewife March 28, 2014 - 9:14 AM

Let me know how it turns out Lisa!

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Sharon September 19, 2018 - 9:24 AM

Hi Kat, can you use this cleaning method on self cleaning ovens? Although they claim to be self cleaning I don’t find the self cleaning very effective. Thanks 🙂

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Anna LaRosa Brown July 29, 2014 - 12:55 AM

This actually does work and I love not having to use those horrible oven cleaners, which I can’t use in my new oven. Thanks again.

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Karen Flowers July 29, 2014 - 2:13 AM

What is nappy San?

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Christine Macdonald September 26, 2014 - 1:51 PM

Karen Flowers…..Nappisan (? spelling) is a powder used to soak baby’s cloth nappies…..very good to use…..

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HarkoandMarleen Ellen July 29, 2014 - 2:59 AM

My laundry tub is big enough for the shelves sideways… and I’ve used just ordinary washing powder…works just fine. I too am interested in how to clean the back and top of the oven… any tips??
Good tip for a microwave oven… half fill a microwave proof jug with hot water, add a goodly splash of vinegar, microwave for a few minutes until it’s nice and steamy inside…. anything on the walls, etc will now just wipe off.

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Signora Gatto July 29, 2014 - 4:10 AM

The oven is the bane of my life.

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gwen July 29, 2014 - 9:47 AM

What can I do to clean the glass in the middle of my oven door

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Siobhan Janke March 16, 2020 - 3:09 AM

Its amazing what newspaper did to my oven door. Its like brand new.

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Katrina - The Organised Housewife March 17, 2020 - 9:43 AM

This is fabulous! Thanks for the feedback Siobhan 🙂

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Bobbi July 29, 2014 - 12:14 PM

I used this method to clean the filters in the rangehood a few months ago and it worked a treat. I hadn’t gotten around to the shelves in the oven but I will have to get onto it.

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Meg Koch July 29, 2014 - 12:17 PM

Any ideas on how to get the grime off the roof of the oven? Or just elbow grease? Other than that, this is brilliant, thanks! 🙂

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Nathan @ Servomate July 29, 2014 - 12:21 PM

I remember watching the girls on ‘How Clean is your house’. They would use Borax to create a sludge that would stick to toilet bowl insides, maybe this will work in this instance as well.

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Nathan @ Servomate July 29, 2014 - 12:19 PM

Wow, What awesome advice. I hate this job so much and really do hate those oven cleaners as well.

I’m eager to try it out now, might give it a go today. It’d be great to have something simple that can do more often.

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karen July 29, 2014 - 5:21 PM

Used the soda and vinegar trick – yep it worked! No luck on getting oven glass clean tho…..help anyone?!

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Katrina July 29, 2014 - 5:44 PM

Karen you could try using a bit of gumption on the glass, usually this does the trick!

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Karen July 29, 2014 - 6:54 PM

Thanks Kat! I did see that someone mentioned Gumption – I’ve not used that product before and was hoping to get my oven cleaning done and dusted today….without another trip to the shops! Anyways, if the Gumption is as good as I’m reading it to be – sounds like that’s the plan 🙂 Might work on my wood heater door too while I’ve got the cleaning cloth out!! Thanks heaps Kat, love your site!

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Karen October 14, 2014 - 2:57 PM

Well, I tried the gumption and it didn’t work on the oven glass door 🙁
Seems like I’m not the only one with this issue!
Any other ideas?

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Ann December 11, 2014 - 5:58 PM

Karen, do you have Jif (NZ product) where you live? I use it on my oven door with a paint scraper and it works a treat.

Melinda Lain White July 30, 2014 - 3:18 AM

How do you clean the sides and the glass on the door without chemicals?

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Susan July 31, 2014 - 12:45 AM

Next oven you buy should be a pyrolytic one. They are wonderful for not having to clean the oven yourself. Just set to pyrolytic setting and after the cycle, wipe out. Easy! You still have to clean the shelves but that’s easy enough.

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Katrina July 31, 2014 - 4:46 PM

Susan, I just purchased a new oven and have used this feature, but not sure I liked it, now all my racks don’t slide out nicely, it’s like it cooked away the nice sheen on all the racks, and I get a shiver, (like nails on a chalkboard) every time I take out a rack am so disappointed,

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Susan July 31, 2014 - 5:48 PM

Hi Katrina, Did you read your instruction booklet? Mine says to take the racks out before you do the pyrolytic clean. I really hope you haven’t ruined them. Maybe give them a buff with some steel wool or a scourer.Hope it works out for you. I love my ovens. (I have two, big family).

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Katrina - The Organised Housewife August 4, 2014 - 11:21 AM

Hi Susan, Great idea! I will give it a try.:)

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Hazel August 18, 2015 - 8:40 AM

I am not happy with my pyrolytic oven either. when i used the setting to clean it, it made the door surrounds brittle and I still needed to scrub the oven. There still burnt residue on the bottom of the oven

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Kay Brown July 31, 2014 - 9:47 AM

And for the glass/enamel door and the sides and back of the oven?

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Andrew Bain October 15, 2014 - 10:34 AM

In my experience if you heat the oven to a medium temperature first this makes the bicarb soda work better,

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Paul's Oven Cleaning Melbourne December 10, 2014 - 4:57 PM

These are some great tips! I agree that the shelves have to stay a long time in the water before the dirt comes off. And if you want to make everything a lot easier, you should clean your oven right after you use it, or at least heat it up a little, because this way the grease will come off easily. The biggest issue most people have when they clean their oven, is the fact that they haven’t cleaned it for a long time, and the grease has just built up there and gets stuck for good. If you wipe your oven after each meal, you practically won’t have to put so much effort into cleaning it.

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Jaime December 11, 2014 - 1:51 PM

Lol I’m sure wiping out the oven after each use would work a treat, but I feel pretty darn proud just to get a meal on the table most nights!
Also, I really don’t understand the logic in using bicarb (a base) and vinegar (an acid). They just neutralise each other. That’s how you make those cool volcano science experiments. They look good, but it’s basically just CO2 and water.

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Ann December 11, 2014 - 5:54 PM

I pay $95 once a year for a lovely gentleman from Loven Cleaning Company (NZ) to clean my oven with steam and hot water – I am allergic to the oven cleaners on the market today as well. He does a wonderful job.

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Alison December 11, 2014 - 8:39 PM

Hi Kat, last time you posted this up I had sparkly clean oven racks and a clean glass door however there is not way the stains on the bottom of my oven are coming off with vintage R and bicarbonate of soda – every time I have true to use this cleaner it has never worked!!

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Michael Richard March 31, 2015 - 8:17 PM

Awesome Article. Will surely give it a try … Thanks for a writeup and its always fun reading your blog

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Stephen May 11, 2015 - 12:57 PM

Nice tips, we still find many people using caustic soda sprays, they work well but rely damage your oven not to mention the health risks associated, they tend to eat away inside your oven and rust out parts and internal housing. Your example is safe and maintenance free.

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Carolyn August 18, 2015 - 9:08 AM

I put mine in the dishwasher on pot cycle once a month, along with the metal stove top bits, they sparkle. Of course this only works if the rack fits.

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Carolyn August 18, 2015 - 9:25 AM

I should mention I also put my rangehood filters through the dishwasher as well

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Carolyn August 18, 2015 - 9:24 AM

I should mention I also put my rangehood filters through the dishwasher as well

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Carolyn m August 18, 2015 - 9:26 AM

In addition I should mention I also put my rangehood filters through the dishwasher as well

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Loulou August 18, 2015 - 10:30 AM

Instead of using caustic sprays, I get on well with Selleys Oven Cleaner Gel, far easier to use and only needs 1/2 hour to work. Just follow directions on the packet. Make sure your oven is warm as stated on the packet.

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S3 S3 August 19, 2015 - 3:33 AM

I use elbow grease

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michelle November 7, 2015 - 1:38 AM

oven pride is a great cleaner for your oven. place every thing removable from over in the bag provided. fill with cleaning solution provided. shake and leave over night smear oven with solution provided and leave over night wipe over with kitchen towel rinse job done. That’s your oven big clean which I do once a year. In the mean time I use a metal scourer dry on the oven racks first then I place them into hot soapy water while I use a normal scourer and cream cleaner to clean the walls in the oven. Wipe clean replace racks after you have given them another scrub. Job done for another week. Unfortunately I still haven’t worked out how to do the roof. It has an element attached to it, may have to try and remove it if possible.

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Lisa Sutherland November 10, 2015 - 12:41 AM

Lovely post! I’m a professional cleaner and have used hundreds of cleaning products and mixed natural cleaning solutions too, however I prefer to clean my oven with vinegar and baking soda only. For me it’s quite efficient and I even recommend it to mi clients between their seasonal oven deep cleanings. Greets, Lisa, http://carpetcleaninge1.co.uk/ 🙂

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jean norris January 29, 2016 - 7:27 AM

would the method used for the wire shelves work for baking trays and muffin tins

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Katrina - The Organised Housewife January 29, 2016 - 7:50 AM

That’s a great question Jean, I’ve not tried it but have a few trays that need a good clean so I should give it a go. I’ll put it on my to-do list and let you know how the trial goes 😉

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Steve Smith January 29, 2016 - 2:00 PM

Thank for share this tip. So genius . I’m going to try it now.

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Shirley April 20, 2016 - 11:05 AM

Use Dishwasher Powder (cheapest you can find) in hot water to soak oven trays, burnt saucepans, frypans etc overnight. Next day, residue lifts off with minimal effort

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kay October 30, 2016 - 1:46 PM

THANKS Katrina.
washing soda is also effective for lifting the dirt from oven racks – cheap from your local (small old-fashioned) hardware store; need <cup in the bath BUT the most important ingredient is HOT HOT water – for some things that's all it needs: a good long soak in a hot bath. doesn't that apply to us, too??!! 🙂 [er not the washing soda – you should be using rubber gloves not soaking your body in it].
yes, works on pots and pans too. if you don't have time to wash your dishes before the food dries on (yeah – …but there are some things one cannot clean properly in the dishwasher) or are too tired at night at least put them into the sink and cover with hot washing soda solution: please rinse very thoroughly

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Sez December 15, 2016 - 6:22 AM

Definately use the dishwasher! Pop the shelves in & half way through the cycle open & get them out (careful they might be warm!) and if there are any stuck spots – gently scrap off – then put them back in & hey presto!! CLEAN – and you’re still full of energy 🙂

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cheryl streeter April 26, 2017 - 6:37 PM

Ive just bought a house and the gas stoves oven wont light. Im assuming that its dirty. Im not sure how to go about cleaning the gas vent thing at the back? Is it the same way?

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Judith October 31, 2017 - 4:25 PM

I liked the idea of using a plastic tub to soak the shelves in. At the moment I have a lot of trouble cleaning the oven shelves because I live in an Over-50’s resort and the laundry tub is so small that I can’t get the shelves to lie flat at the bottom. You know, we old folk just don’t need much space!!!
Another hint I found online was to put the shelves in a black plastic rubbish bag with about 2 TAB of ammonia, then leave overnight.
Ammonia is a miracle. When it’s time to clean my pedestal fans I disassemble the fan and soak the metal grid in the tub with warm water and some ammonia. Within a couple of minutes you can see the gunk coming off the grid and rising to the surface.

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Jodie December 15, 2017 - 5:58 AM

Do you have any tips on removing alfoil from the bottom of the oven? It’s stuck on there like paint. I’m pregnant so don’t particularly want to use the harsh chemicals that are in oven cleaners.
Merry Christmas!
Thanks!

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Katrina - The Organised Housewife December 18, 2017 - 9:03 AM

Try using baking soda and vinegar in a cold oven. Let it sit overnight before wiping it off in the morning. If it is still stuck on, warm the oven and then try wiping it off with warm soapy water

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Peter James March 24, 2018 - 11:41 PM

Great Article. Will surely give it a try …
its always fun and a pleasure reading your blog

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Peter James March 24, 2018 - 11:42 PM

I always use baking soda, it is the perfect solution for all kitchen appliances

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Justine August 6, 2018 - 1:05 PM

I tried this method today and cannot believe how much better my oven door looks! It’s not perfect but it’s a huge improvement. Thanks for the tip! Now that I know how easy this process is, I will do it more often rather than let the oven get into a revolting state.

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Sarah Turnbull September 13, 2018 - 11:57 AM

The correct spelling is “NapiSan”, but it was taken over or amalgamated with another product line called “Vanish”. At first it was labelled “Vanish NapiSan”, but I think the product may have changed. Maybe check online reviews to find out which variation (if any) is the same as the old NapiSan.

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Beryl April 17, 2019 - 11:38 AM

I have prepared my oven for cleaning before I read your daily chore email. How’s that for timing. I usually put my shelves in the dishwasher after each time I cook a roast. Also I find that steel wool soap pad clean the glass beautifully and don’t scratch.

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Katrina - The Organised Housewife April 24, 2019 - 4:00 PM

ooh interesting that it works in the dishwasher!

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Lynne Blackshaw April 17, 2019 - 3:44 PM

I didn’t have much success with the bi-carb soda and vinegar. I went a bit overboard and ended up with bi-carb soda everywhere and it took ages to wipe it all off. Even months later I still find bits of it creeping into the oven from behind the panel where the fan is.
I had to get my oven repaired recently and this is how the repair man recommended cleaning the oven:
Oven Cleaning Recipe
Heat Oven to 60 degrees
Using an old metal cake tin or old china or glass bowl, fill with
• 1 cup of hot water
• ½ cup of cloudy ammonia
Turn off oven
Place bowl on top shelf and leave overnight.
NEXT DAY
Stand away from the oven whilst opening to avoid fumes.
Make sure the room is well-ventilated.
Remove racks and wash them in sink.
You may need a scourer for tough spots.
For the oven:
Add a teaspoon of dishwashing detergent and 2 cups of boiling water to the ammonia mixture.
Wipe oven out. Be sure to wear rubber gloves.
Mix clean water with extra detergent.
Using a clean cloth, wipe oven out.
Use a brand new razor blade on glass. Spray glass first with Spray’n’Wipe, then scrape across glass with the razor blade, create a slurry and move razor blade in a circular motion to remove any missed areas. Use window cleaner and a microfibre cloth to finish off glass.
TA- DAAAAAA!!! Sparkling again!

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Katrina - The Organised Housewife May 13, 2019 - 9:48 AM

Ooo, great tips! Thanks for sharing Lynne.

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Catherine May 10, 2019 - 4:15 PM

Heard a great tip the other day and it works like magic!! Use a dishwasher tablet to clean your oven glass. Just wet the tablet (wear gloves) and scrub it on your glass and the dirt just disperses!!! Then just wipe it down after!!

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Katrina - The Organised Housewife May 13, 2019 - 9:49 AM

Genius idea Catherine! Thanks for the tip. Kat x

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