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The oven is a fixture in every , but it's also one of the hardest to clean.

Delaying this task can further complicate our task, because over time and with regular use, it accumulates a film of grease that shows (and is not at all pleasant) on its walls and trays.

However, in recent years, ingenious have proliferated online that promise to brighten up what, for many, even those who order, is a real nightmare.

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In Thesilverink, we echoed this, which not only helps us leave the oven looking like new, but also allows us to do it at night and without putting any effort into it. And, yes, strange as it may seem… it works.

A safe and effective method

Perhaps when you start reading this article, alarm bells have gone off and you're wondering if this method involves some sort of danger. Nothing could be further from the truth, as you don't need any cleaning products that are harmful to your or the environment to get started.

All you need is and white vinegar, two cleaning classics you're sure to have around the house. Next, you'll need a non-scratching sponge, a cloth, a spray bottle and a Tupperware container.

Steps to follow

Once everything is ready, follow these steps to clean your oven efficiently and effortlessly:

  • Remove the trays and racks and let them stand in the with hot water. In this way, you'll soften any remaining dirt while leaving the oven free of space.
  • Next, take the tupperware and add two large tablespoons of baking soda. Mix them with a little water and stir well until you get a heterogeneous paste, neither too thick nor too liquid, as this is the mixture you need to apply to the oven and it needs to be a little compact to stay well embedded in the surfaces .
  • Apply the paste all over the inside of the oven so that it's covered. Next, remove any excess water from the trays and racks and repeat the same process, filling them completely with the baking soda mixture.
  • Once you've completed this process, without touching it, leave it to work for several hours with the oven switched off. Our recommendation is to try this trick at night, as this will allow the baking soda to do its work while you .
  • When you return to the kitchen, dampen a sponge and use it to gradually remove the paste. You'll see how the oven has drained and the mixture comes out full of dirt, which is an unequivocal sign that the trick has worked and that the baking soda has absorbed the grease well.
  • If you want to give it a finishing touch and make sure your oven looks like new, you can also take the spray bottle and dilute a little white vinegar with water. Finally, wipe it down with a cloth or tea towel and… voilà! Your oven will already be completely shiny.
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