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How To Clean a DIRTY OVEN – Video

How To Clean a DIRTY OVEN

As seen on 3TV/Good Morning Arizona – Monday, November 23, 2020 – 8:45am

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To clean the oven and oven door use this quick formula.

First, vacuum out the oven to remove any loose debris. To clean your vacuum tool put it in the dishwasher. I often use the wet dry vacuum and my VaccUFlex. BUY IT HERE

Make a thick paste of baking soda, hydrogen peroxide and white vinegar. I use 1/2 cup peroxide and 1/2 cup white vinegar and add enough baking soda to create a thick paste.

Apply to the entire oven. Let sit for an hour and then spray the paste with more hydrogen peroxide to moisten it again. Use a scrubbing sponge or FINE (0000) Steel Wool to clean it. Rinse well.

Apply the same paste to the oven door glass and metal, following the same directions.


A pan of water and two lemons is all you need to get your oven clean.

Fill a 2 quart pan with water, add the juice of two lemons and add the lemon halves also. If you don’t have fresh lemons use about ½ – cup of bottled lemon juice.

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees

Bring the water/lemon to a boil on the stove top and then carefully place it in the oven on the rack. Close the door.

Shut the oven off after 1 hour and leave the pan in the oven with the door closed for an hour or so.

Carefully remove the pan – the water may still be hot.

Use the cooled lemon water and little baking soda on a scrubbing sponge to clean the oven.

Use a brush if needed for small areas. A nail brush works great.

Rinse as needed.

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