yeah I am not expecting a huge take up on that one
Still - a general wipe over and re-line will cut it as far as I am concerned. Or I will accept an alternative task
but will be finding special gold stars for those that manage
I cleared my fridge and freezer out ready for meal prep on Sunday, but will have to clean them and stack it neatly because 2 weeks of lunches and dinners got a bit messy.
Me - 30, Dh - 38 ttc #1 since June 2011
natural bfp June 2012 - mc 5.5 weeks; 5 cycles clomid; 2 unsuccessful ivf.
I guess a huge upside to being a vegetarian is there are no nasty fat splatters throughout the oven. Mine is easy to clean so that challenge definitely doesn't bother me.
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I don't really use my oven much so it's not that messy but really don't want to clean it but I guess I should
tsk tsk - you will have to wait for the challenge.
ok - I could be convinced to give a sneak peak ....
If you don’t want to use a harsh commercial oven cleaner – sprinkle about ½ cm layer of baking soda over the bottom of the oven, use a water spray to spray the baking soda until its well moist. Let the baking soda mixture sit overnight (spraying a few times to keep moist). I the morning, scrape the dried baking soda and grime off, and use a damp sponge to wipe. Rinse the residue off for a lovely clean oven without the chemicals.
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