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Cleaning electric ovens?

It's that time.  How do you clean your electric oven?
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Re: Cleaning electric ovens?

  • Mine is self-cleaning so I just turn the knob to that. For spot cleaning I buy a cleaner at target OR make a paste of baking soda & water and scrub it down really well. Depends on how dirty it is. We also put tinfoil on the bottom so that way drips don't always get on the oven surface.
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  • I'm scared to death of self cleaning ovens, so I use Easy Off and it works amazingly. And for the amount of time and energy it takes for me or my DH to do it, it's not worth us running the self cleaning mode for like 4 hours. There are several different methods listed on the Easy Off can as to how to clean it, we went with the spray it on, leave it for 20 min. then wipe it clean. Worked perfectly. I've never seen the stove that clean.
  • I mix 2 tbsp. dish liquid, 2 tsp. borax and 1 qt. warm water. I rub that mixture inside the oven and let it sit for 20 minutes, then clean it with Bon Ami and a plastic scrubbing pad.
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