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    I'm a massive fan of bicarb and vinegar. A while back I swept bicarb into all the tile grout and made a paste with vinegar to stick into the shower walls. Then scrubbed with a good solid brush and it looks amazing. Still does months later.

    I did the same thing today with the oven. Take all the racks out, soak for the day sitting on a towel covered in hot water and detergent in the bath before scrubbing all the muck off.
    Vacuum oven for large particles, sprinkle with bicarb, spray with vinegar leave for an hour. Spray again with vinegar, scrub, wipe clean.

    Sparking and non toxic!! Love it

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    Oh MadeWithLove you reminded me re: oven cleaning! Wrap your racks in aluminium foil and soak in hot water overnight with a dose of laundry detergent, the caked on stuff just falls/wipes off!

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    Quote Originally Posted by headoverfeet View Post
    Oh MadeWithLove you reminded me re: oven cleaning! Wrap your racks in aluminium foil and soak in hot water overnight with a dose of laundry detergent, the caked on stuff just falls/wipes off!
    Is this what you mean?

    I tried to give this a go but I got a really sore back after a few hours bending over the kitchen sink while soaking my rack.

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    Eta: not my rack
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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    Is this what you mean?

    I tried to give this a go but I got a really sore back after a few hours bending over the kitchen sink while soaking my rack.

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    Eta: not my rack
    Lmao!

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    Omg that is so funny

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    For steel, aluminium and glass spots I use a dishomatic brush (yellow/soft non scratch pad) filled with vinegar and morning fresh

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    Great tips so far ladies keep them coming.


 

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