How to Clean an Oven the Non-toxic Way

How to Clean an Oven the Non-toxic Way

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Thieves Household Cleaner is a non-toxic cleaner with a fantastic smell that is all natural and safe. Plus, it works! You can really get a deep clean as you enjoy the sweet and spicy scent with a hint of lemon.  It is truly an all-purpose cleaner. Here are some of my favorite ways to use the cleaner…

-wiping kitchen countertops or appliances

-spot cleaning area rug stains and spills

-adding a capful to a load of laundry

-mopping floors

-scrubbing the bathroom (It’s great for potty training times.)

-degriming toys (I don’t think this is a word, but I think you know what I mean!)

-cleaning piano keys after lessons (works great with a microfiber cloth and even cleans shiny black pianos!)

-detailing the car interior

This list really continues because it is an ALL-PURPOSE CLEANER. However, my newest favorite way to use it is in my oven. I’m kind of embarrassed to show you the before picture of my oven, but in my defense, I do cook a lot, and I had a few (okay, several) things spatter and spill that I didn’t clean up immediately. Hence, everything was baked on!

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I am happy to report that I was not disappointed with the results, and the proof is in the pictures. I used Thieves Household Cleaner, a Norwex spirinett, water, and paper towels. I had to use a little elbow grease but not too much!  I have been oh so careful with my oven use as to not dirty it, and hopefully, it will never be in its previous condition again. Well, it probably will, but I have my Thieves Household Cleaner all ready to go! For more information, click here to listen to this podcast!  

Two Additional Tips:

1. Add baking soda to the Thieves Cleaner to form a scrubbing paste.

2. Line your clean oven with aluminum foil to guard against spills.


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