Oven Cleaning

Oven Cleaning - Dinner Party Woes Part 10

Oven Cleaning

Oven order (part 1)

After one of Gleem's staff mentioned their horror when she took out an��oven rack to find her hands coated in grease,��we realised the oven is another appliance which can take a hammering when cooking ambitious meals for numerous guests.

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Oven nirvana

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However, though baked on grease might look a fearsome combatant, we swear by these simple steps to restore sparkling��surfaces. The bath proves the perfect site to distil the racks and we��can thoroughly recommend the following steps to make your way towards the Insta-worthy image above:

1. Place the dirty articles on an old towel in the bath so it doesn't mark the sides, and fill the bath up so they are covered.

2. Take a cup of detergent and empty with the running tap to ensure maximum dissolving.

3. Allow to sit for 1 hour, then add a cup of lemon juice to eradicate any residual odours.

4. Leave for another hour and then empty the bath. Use a toothbrush to remove the final resistant pieces of grease and you'll be left with a sparkling oven rack!

Happy Gleeming!

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3 Gleem Home / House cleaning staff members inside a  homeroom wearing  purple aprons, white t-shirts with white Gleem logo and yellow rubber gloves on hands holding a cleaning brush, vacuum cleaner and  a mop.