Dinner Party Woes – Cleaning The Oven (Part 11)
Dinner Party Woes – Cleaning The Oven
Cleaning the oven (part 2)
The oven is one of the most essential products to our day, yet cleaning the oven is one of the most dreaded tasks for every home owner. From boiling the kettle to baking a cake, this appliance truly goes through the wringer and ironically, as it’s such an often used device, it’s easy to forget that it needs to be cleaned. Images of cleaning the oven probably conjure up fears of hours spent scrubbing with rubber gloves, but products can cut through the grease so you don’t have to! Over the next couple of weeks, we’ll continue to look at how to deal with the various oven features which take a hammering.
Today’s focus is the hob – probably the most frequently used and visible feature, so you’ll want to ensure it’s gleeming whenever you have guests round!
Our steps for a happy hob:
- When you have finished frying, clean up grease from the hob and cooker hood by washing with a large sponge soaked in neat white vinegar.
- Get a clean sponge and soak it in cold tap water to rinse, then wipe dry with a soft cloth or duster – this process will ensure grease doesn’t get baked on over several days/weeks, and you don’t have to struggle to scrub it off!
- Leave an onion chopped in half nearby to absorb any residual smells of grease
Next week: the mammoth task (or not!) of cleaning the inside of the oven
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