Friday, April 8, 2016

Oven cleaning...

My #onething today is my oven.  It wasn't too bad but needed a going over.
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First, I vacuumed it out to get rid of crumbs and charred bits. Then I scrubbed the oven floor with a scourer and MS, then wiped out with water on a sponge.  I speinkked the door glass with carb soda then sprayed with MS and let soak in for 5 minutes.
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I gave it a good wiping to remove any spatters..,
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Rinsed that off then gave it a wipe with ginegar to remove the MS.

a sparkling oven but the inside glass needs to be removed as there are stains on the inner side. Weekend job for me and Gus.
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Those roses I bought on Sunday are opening up and still looking lovely! 
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Off to work now - Happy Friday to ya!
Cheers - Joolz xx

 
 
 
 
 
 

5 comments:

  1. I need to do this too. Mine is self-cleaning, but I've heard that lots of self-cleaning ovens never work quite right again after running the self-clean cycle. But then I don't know if it would damage the self-clean finish to use some kind of cleaner on it. So I just leave it as is. Nobody but me sees it, so... What's MS?

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  2. I need to do this also. Mine is really looking bad at the moment.

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  3. What is MS Joolz? I wrap my oven racks in foil and cover with hot hot water in laundry tub, which has washing powder in it, for a few hours. The foil reacts somehow and the gunk just slides off with a steelo.

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    1. A homemade household spray, Sue. Go back a few posts to where I cleaned my washing machine.

      Here's the link to the recipe...

      http://www.debtfreecashedupandlaughing.com.au/2012/05/miracle-spray.html

      As with most cleaners, test on inconspicuous area first.

      Cheers - Joolz xx

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    2. Oh, and you are onto it with the foil and washing powder (I use Napisan powder or the like) for your oven racks and trays - brilliant!

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