Oven cleaning method:
1. When your oven is cool, remove all the burnt food remains.
2. Remove all baking racks and sprinkle a good amount of baking soda on the bottom of your oven. I’ve found it’s easy to sprinkle it with a repurposed Parmesan cheese container. Pour a small amount of white vinegar on top of the baking soda. (I using ¼ cup baking soda and 1/8 cup white vinegar)
3. Put your baking rack back in the oven. Fill one baking dish with hot water and put the dish on the baking rack. Close the oven door and turn on the oven to 250 degrees for 5 minutes. Let the oven cool for about 20 minutes.
4. Remove the baking dish and baking rack. Scrub your oven. I prefer starting with previously used pieces of aluminum foil as homemade scrubbers. To scrub the oven walls, use a paste made of 1/8 cup baking soda and 1 teaspoon white vinegar.
5. Keep scrubbing – and scrubbing – and wipe clean with warm water and old cleaning rags. Continue to scrub and wipe until your oven is clean.
Hard water deposit method:
As you can see on this video the trick before actually clean it by rubbing, is to let it soak for an hour or two, so it can easily be cleaned. Also use old sponge in order not to scrub the chrome from your faucet.
Cleaning windows and glass:
Once you try this method I’m sure that you will use it your whole life. I have never seen any product that can clean glass as good as vinegar. No science, just use half amount of white vinegar and half amount of water in one spray bottle. I know that it may be funny and strange to you but I’m using a newspaper instead of towel.
Yes you can solve this problem very easily. All you need is a piece of bread and vinegar. Soak one piece of bread in vinegar and place it on top of a paper towel at the bottom of your trash can and leave it through the night. When you wake up trust me you be surprised. This has become my husband favorite trick, and yes, he is happy about this one. I even caught him once bragging to his friend about his clever achievement.
But you should be careful, because vinegar is also acidic and you can’t quite use it everywhere. Do NOT use vinegar if you ever need to clean:
Stone floor tiles
Granite and marble countertops
Egg stain or spill
These are the six things you should never clean with vinegar, just don’t do it, so there will be no regrets after.
Don’t hesitate to try some of this vinegar cleaning tricks, however silly some of them may look to you. I’m 100% sure that they will help you a lot, and that’s good enough for me.
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