The kitchen is one of the most frequented rooms in the house.
Almost all of us use this space several times a day, every day.
That’s why our kitchen appliances get dirty pretty quickly.
A woman named Amber Knese, who visits @amberknese on TikTok, has amassed a following thanks to her mother-related content and home-based hacks.
She recently revealed how she wipe her oven window—It’s super simple and you probably already have everything you need at home.
In the clip, she pours a large amount of baking soda all over the dusty oven window.
Then Amber poured some hot water over the baking soda.
What she did next came as a shock: She took a piece of aluminum foil, crumpled it into a ball, and began scrubbing.
Then she took a clean rag and wiped the door down.
The result is a bright, completely transparent glass window.
The sharp edges and scratched surface of the aluminum foil will help scrub away all the stubborn stains that have accumulated over the years.
While some users were concerned that the foil would scratch the glass, Amber assured them that was not the case.
Most users are satisfied with the results:
“I just did this and it worked,” one person wrote.
“It works pretty well. I still have some stubborn little spots, but it’s gotten much better,” added a second.
For another way to clean your oven, Cleaning Service Manager at Fantastic Services, Antoaneta Dimitrovasays she combines baking soda with one more ingredient.
First, remove burnt food particles and crumbs from the oven.
Next, spray the right amount of vinegar inside, then sprinkle baking soda on the floor, walls, and door of the oven.
You will notice it smoking and foaming immediately.
After letting the solution soak overnight, you will find that the oven is filled with dissolved dirt and is very easy to clean.
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