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    Default How do u clean ur oven?

    Just wondering how u all clean ur oven. I would prefer a non-toxic clean but still curious even if its not 'green'.

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    Following! My least desirable chore. I hate it with a passion.

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    Not non-toxic.

    But Easy Off oven cleaner works a treat.

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    Non stretch scourer, 1 part bicarb (gotta love it) 1 part vinegar, 2 parts water, a few drops eucalyptus oil (removes grease) and a dash of lemon juice. Steam away the stubborn gunk beforehand by "cooking" a dish of hot water in there first.

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    Gumption and steel wool.

    Or a professional- it's worth it when the oven is putrid

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    Just bought a pyrolitic oven. Problem solved. I HATE cleaning ovens.

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    Not non toxic. I use a cleaner from Coles. It's in a box and one use only. Huge zip lock bags you simply put your racks in and pour the cleaner on and leave overnight. I also put a bit inside the oven. Rinse and a wipe over next day and it's clean

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    Scourer, bicarb and vinegar. Every 2 weeks, no elbow grease and takes about 10 minutes because it's not really dirty!

    I had two under two plus a 4 year old so my oven didn't get cleaned for 3 years! And I used two cans of mr muscle to get it clean, awful chemical smell for weeks. So now I keep on it and it's a really easy job.

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    I have never cleaned my oven.

    *runs away and hides face in shame*

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