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How to transform your dirty oven in MINUTES: The ‘genius’ three-step cleaning hack that leaves greasy doors sparkling – and it costs less than $10

  • A mother from Queensland has developed a simple oven cleaning solution
  • She uses baking soda, white vinegar and window cleaner to clean oven doors
  • The grease and grime slides right off after letting the solution set for 15 minutes
  • The ingredients can all be purchased for less than $10 at your local supermarket  

A savvy Australian mother has developed a three-step method to ensure her greasy oven doors are sparkling new in just 15 minutes.

The Queensland-based woman took to famed cleaning Facebook group, Mums Who Clean, to share her three-step method which involves baking soda, white vinegar and window cleaner. 

‘I just thought I’d share my oven glass cleaning tip,’ she wrote alongside before and after photos of her oven door.

 

AFTER: The woman, who hails from Queensland, spoke about the few products she swears by in a Facebook group, garnering a huge reaction from other ladies

A savvy Australian mother has developed a three-step hack to ensure her greasy oven doors are sparkling new in just 15 minutes 

‘I’ve been using these simple items for years now. Every rental place we’ve lived got their oven back cleaner then when we first moved in.’ 

The homemade solution is said to lift caked on stains and food residue in as little as 15 minutes, with the majority of that time spent leaving the products to soak. 

‘I’m using double strength vinegar this time only because it was reduced to clear at our local Coles a few weeks ago,’ she said.

While the ingredient list is short and sweet, it promises to lift caked on stains and food residue in as little as 15 minutes, with the majority of that time leaving the products to soak

While the ingredient list is short and sweet, it promises to lift caked on stains and food residue in as little as 15 minutes, with the majority of that time leaving the products to soak

What did she do to clean her oven? 

1. Sprinkle baking soda on the glass

2. Spray vinegar on it (any white vinegar). Leave it to soak for about 15 minutes and then scrub it off with a non scratch sponge

3. Once cleaned, wipe it off with window cleaner and a paper towel.

Then she detailed exactly what you need to do to achieve the same results.

‘Sprinkle baking soda on the glass, spray vinegar on it (any white vinegar), leave it to soak for about 15 minutes and then scrub it off with a non scratch sponge,’ she said. 

‘Once cleaned, wipe it off with window cleaner and a paper towel.’

You can purchase all of the ingredients for less than $10 from Australian supermarkets. 

'Sprinkle baking soda on the glass, spray vinegar on it (any white vinegar), leave it to soak for about 15 minutes and then scrub it off with a non scratch sponge,' she said

‘Sprinkle baking soda on the glass, spray vinegar on it (any white vinegar), leave it to soak for about 15 minutes and then scrub it off with a non scratch sponge,’ she said

‘I’ve done this too, works great! With the racks this works well too,’ one commenter wrote.

‘I tried this a few months ago with bicarb and vinegar! It works better than any cleaner I have ever used inside and on the glass,’ another said.

Others said using Koh products were just as effective while others specifically liked to purchase oven cleaner to get the job done. 

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