How to clean your oven with baking soda and vinegar
The inside of your oven is probably a lot dirtier than you'd like to admit.
Fortunately, a clean oven is only a few steps away and you don't even need harsh chemicals, or a self-cleaning cycle to do so.
Here is what you will need, dish gloves, baking soda, vinegar, dish soap, water A spray bottle, a sponge or cleaning cloth, paper towels, a scraper or a spatula, and a large bowl or bucket.
First, remove the racks from your oven and wash them in warm soapy water.
Dry the racks and set them aside.
Next, remove any loose food particles from your oven.
Then make a paste using three parts baking soda and one part water.
Spread the paste around the inside of your oven.
If there are really tough burnt on spots, put a little extra baking soda paste on them.
Close your oven and let the paste sit overnight.
Next, moisten your sponge or cleaning cloth in warm water and wipe away the baking soda paste.
For any stubborn messes, use a scraper or a spatula.
Next, fill a spray bottle with one part vinegar and one part water.
Spray down the oven and wipe away leftover baking soda paste with paper towel.
If there's still baking soda in some of the oven's crevasses, use a vacuum to clear them away.
Lastly, replace the racks, and enjoy your nice, clean oven.