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Easy Homemade Oven Cleaner (need this after being smoked out @ Turkey Day when some oil dripped off the roasties pan). fingers crossed.

Crafting up cleaning solutions: vinegar + dr. bronners + baking soda. Man do I miss ReadyMade!

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Cleaning your oven without poisonous, earth destroying chemicals

homemade oven cleaner. great website with different ways to clean your oven with items you have at home. I just used #4 and it work awesome.. will definetly use this site instead of buying oven cleaner from the store.

Oven Cleaner Ammonia Water Baking soda Preheat to 200° then turn off. In a heat safe glass dish, fill with ammonia and set on middle rack (about 1 to 2 cups of ammonia). In another dish, fill with boiling water and set on bottom rack (2 cups). Leave overnight. The next morning, remove dishes and wipe down the inside with a hot wet sponge first drizzled with baking soda.

House smelling weird? Put two caps full of vanilla extract in a coffee cup, then place it in the oven at 300 degrees for one hour. Within twenty minutes the whole house smells like Heaven. It's actually a common realtor trick.

This is very simple . You only need WATER and BACKING SODA . Add about a 1/4 cup of baking soda in a dish and mix just enough water to make a slightly runny paste . Spread your mixture all over your glass . You will have to wait 15-30 min . Love it ! I…

You need: Large box of baking soda, bottle of vinegar, good, sturdy scrubber, rubber gloves and towels. Cover your oven door and bottom of your oven (racks removed) with a 1/2 inch layer of baking soda. Pour vinegar over the baking soda so it fizzes and absorbs into the baking soda and let it sit about 30-40 minutes with the door open. Wipe clean with towels.