10 Oven Cleaning Tips and Tricks You Should Start Using Now


Cleaning your oven is one of the most essential things you can do to keep your kitchen running smoothly. The oven is where you prepare food, so it is important to keep it clean and free of any grease and residue to ensure that your food is always delicious and nutritious. An to help you keep the task from becoming too overwhelming, here are some simple tips for cleaning your oven.

1. Always Start With Vacuuming

Vacuuming the oven is the first step of any deep cleaning project. It helps to remove any debris that might have accumulated on the oven floor and prevent you from getting stuck in the process. While you’re vacuuming, you can also wipe down the inside of the oven and remove any crumbs or dirt that might have settled there.

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