Friday, 3 June 2011

Dried Oven Cleaner - How to Remove It

Scrubbing baked-on spills from inside your oven is a tedious task most of are used to. There is a number of cleaning detergents you can use to deal with dried-on spills, but if an oven cleaners is let to dry on the surface of your oven, it can be difficult to remove. If you're afraid of damaging the enamel of your oven and consider calling an oven cleaning London company to come in your home and solve the problem, don't worry, you can do it yourself following these steps:
Step 1 : Put on rubber gloves and face mask. As we all know, most commercial cleaners are toxic.
Step 2 : Spray oven cleaner lightly over the dried one and leave it for 30 minutes.
Step 3 : Use a wet sponge to scrub the dried chemical.
Step 4 : Rinse the sponge out with hot water as often as possible.
Step 5 : Take the sponge and soak it in 2 tablespoons of white vinegar.
Step 6 : Scrub the affected area with the vinegar-soaked sponge to neutralize the chemical.
Step 7 : Wipe the area again with a clean damp sponge.
Step 8 : Take a dry cloth and dry the oven.
At the end you will have a clean and shining oven. It's important  to remember that you should read carefully the instructions on the commercial cleaner before use it. Harsh chemicals can be harmful to the enamel of your oven as well as to your health. In case, you can't remove the dried cleaner, better contact an oven cleaning London company to give you some advices or hire professionals to do the job for you.


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