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How often you should clean your oven — and the right way to do it

Here's the right way to clean your oven. All it takes are 4 things you already have at home: baking soda, vinegar, water and a sponge. It's so easy.

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DIY natural oven cleaner- 2 cups Baking Soda, 1/2 cup Vinegar, 1/4 cup Lemon Juice- mix ingredients SLOWLY into a paste, coat oven and leave overnight. Next morning mix half vinegar half water in a spray bottle. Spray generously inside the oven, wipe it down.

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Holy crap this works great!!! I added more baking soda to make it a thicker paste but the burned on stuff was actually coming off just from rubbing the paste on!! -Christin

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The stylish and innovative Slide&Hide® oven from NEFF, allows you to maximise your kitchen space and  your free time too. With CircoTherm® you can cook four dishes on four different levels with no intermingling of flavours.  The unique oven now also features Pyrolytic self-cleaning function, so baking, roasting and grilling residues can be cleaned up quickly.   Discover how the NEFF range of appliances can free up your time in the kitchen.

The stylish and innovative Slide&Hide® oven from NEFF, allows you to maximise your kitchen space and your free time too. With CircoTherm® you can cook four dishes on four different levels with no intermingling of flavours. The unique oven now also features Pyrolytic self-cleaning function, so baking, roasting and grilling residues can be cleaned up quickly. Discover how the NEFF range of appliances can free up your time in the kitchen.

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You Won’t Believe How Clean Your Oven Can Be After Using This DIY Cleaner

1. Peel an Orange and Lemon. 2. In a mason jar combine orange peel, lemon peel, and distilled vinegar. You can also add rosemary to remove the vinegar smell. 3. Let the ingredients infuse in the mason jar for five days. Then using a funnel pour liquid into a spray bottle. 4. When you’re ready to clean your oven apply baking soda to the spots in your oven you wish to clean. Spray your natural oven cleaner on the baking soda. It should start to fizz or bubble. 5. Wait 20 minutes before wiping…

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This is how Good Housekeeping cleans an oven… and it works

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How To Clean Burnt Pans

With this simple cleaning tip you can clean burnt pans without endless scrubbing even when they are black as black with scorched food ...

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15 Slow Cooker Hacks You Probably Didn't Know About

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Toasted nut and demerara ice cream

Our easy toasted nut and demerara ice cream recipe is a great way of using up leftover nuts. We've cheated by using shop-bought vanilla ice cream so it really is a doddle to make.

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