How to Clean Oven Glass Baking Soda to the RESCUE!! Add enough water to about 1/4 cup of baking soda, form a thick paste, spread the paste across the (dirty) glass with a sponge. Let sit for about 20 minutes. Then, wipe away the paste with a damp sponge & finish by buffing with a paper towel. The glass will be good as new! Join my FREE group. We offer healthy recipes, exercises, tips, fun facts, support, motivation & so much more!! https://www.facebook.com/groups/hearthealthyandhappy/
How to REALLY clean glass stove tops! 1: Make a runny paste of baking soda and hydrogen peroxide and notice all the gross markings on your stove. 2: scrub paste with regular toothbrush which shows all the gross brown ancient spillovers start to stain your paste. 3: wipe away what you've done, compare left side with right, and smile. 4: finish scrubbing
Put baking soda in a bowl, add water, mixing to consistency of icing. Spread it on the oven door glass. Let it sit for 30 minutes. Spray vinegar over the baking soda paste. Let it sit 30 minutes. With a the rough side of a sponge and elbow grease, scrub. Wipe clean with a wet rag.
This homemade oven cleaner recipe is not only effective, it’s completely natural. Most of the ingredients are probably already in your cabinets and if not, they are really easy to find and inexpensive. You will need a cup of water, 10 drops of essential oils of your choice (lemon or orange are good ones) ½ cup of regular salt, 1 and ¼ cup of baking soda, ¼ cup of white vinegar and 2 teaspoons of liquid castile soap by fsdsfds
Step 1: Pour about 1/2 cup of baking soda into a dish and slowly add water to it until it becomes a thin paste. You don't want it to be too thick because you want the mixture to be easy to spread. Step 2: Spread the baking soda mixture all over the oven glass. Step 3: Set the timer for 15 minutes. If your oven is REALLY dirty you can set it for 20 minutes to give the baking soda a little extra time to work. Step 4: When 15 minutes has expired use a clean damp wash cloth and wipe…
Clean Stove Grease off Your Tea Kettle - wikiHow - Dampen the exterior or your kettle with water, dust with baking soda, and wipe with a sponge soaked in vinegar. Re-dust with baking soda as needed. Once clean, you can maintain the grease-free status by wiping weekly with vinegar on a paper towel.