How to clean your oven in SECONDS: Mum’s mind-blowing trick leaves her grimy door sparkling in an instant – and it costs just $6.50
- Mum reveals a cleaning hack online using a cheap Bunnings Warehouse product
- Kat cleans her oven door with a $6.50 Oates 9.5cm Scraper Blade
- Before scraping she rubs the door with detergent, her home spray and wipe mix
- Her home spray and wipe mix contains a liquid of vinegar and eucalyptus oil
A mum has revealed her clever oven cleaning hack using an inexpensive Bunnings Warehouse product.
Sydney mum Kat sought out a glass scrape – the Oates 9.5cm Scraper Blade – which retails for $6.50.
Her Facebook post revealing the trick has received more than 200 likes from stunned users who couldn’t believe the before and after photos she shared.
Aussie mum Kat, has sourced out the best Bunnings buy to clean her oven door with and the item only costs $6.50
Kat’s home spray and wipe mix consists of eucalyptus oil and vinegar, these liquids create a powerful cleaning disinfectant that removes grime, stains and provides antibacterial properties
The mum shared online that the Scraper Blade can be located in the ‘Mop, Cleaning, Solution’ section of the store.
Once home, Kat gently rubbed dish washing detergent and her home spray and wipe mix onto the oven door.
Kat’s home spray and wipe mix consists of eucalyptus oil and vinegar. Together, they create a powerful cleaning disinfectant that removes grime, stains and provides antibacterial properties.
Kat left the mixture on her oven door for only 4 seconds, then started scraping and the grime came right off.
Another oven cleaning hack has gone viral after a professional cleaner revealed her three-step method for cleaning without using harsh chemicals.
Kacie (pictured), from Melbourne, wowed TikTok users after sharing her quick and easy method to clean an oven
Kacie, from Melbourne, published a demonstrative video on TikTok to unveil her method for quickly and easily removing stubborn oven grease.
She preheats the oven to ‘soften the grease’, before scrubbing at any food stains using used bicarbonate of soda and a kitchen scourer.
The helpful video has since been viewed more than 22,000 times, with many confessing they have been ‘wowed’ by her methods.
In the video, Kacie preheated the oven to soften the grease inside (left), before sprinkling a generous about of bicarb soda onto the oven door
Kacie preheated the oven to soften the grease inside, but warned to make sure it’s not too hot to avoid being burnt.
She sprinkled a generous about of bicarbonate of soda onto the oven door – which is known to be a natural alternative product to using chemical buys.
Kacie then rinsed the scourer under water for a few seconds before scrubbing on the oven.
Kacie then rinsed the scourer under water for a few seconds before scrubbing on the oven door to remove the grease
Once cleaned, the end result will leave the oven looking brand new.
Other users were amazed by the clip, with many saying she had ‘wowed’ them with her easy cleaning method.
One commented: ‘Omg…I’ve NEVER thought of preheating the oven, thank you!’