A cleaning guru discussed everything oven cleaning with Express.co.uk. Lucy, a cleaning, home, motherhood, and lifestyle influencer, discussed two methods she uses to clean the oven.
“It is great at removing grease stains from your oven. Spray, leave for a few minutes, and wipe clean.”
Ebow Grease describes the product as “the only cleaner you’ll ever need.”
It also claims: “Elbow Grease All Purpose Degreaser, the all-purpose cleaning spray that has taken social media by storm and is a firm favourite of Mrs. Hinch, the social media sensation together with her army of Hinchers.
“Elbow Grease All Purpose Degreaser, not only keeps the surface perfectly clean and grease-free, but it leaves a heavenly fresh lemon scent in your kitchen and bathroom that lasts for hours.”
However, for darker carbon stains, another method is in order.
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Black, baked-on carbon stains are the result of grease and other food stuffs left in the oven.
Then, all the water is baked out of lingering food and grease, leaving behind carbon.
Lucy utilises a natural tool to get rid of these deposits, heat.
“Black carbon stains, on the other hand, are best tackled with heat and an oven scraper,” Lucy told Express.co.uk.
“Turn the oven on full heat for 10 minutes turn off and scrape. Repeat until clear.”
Lucy also recently discussed cleaning toilet bowl stains, how she removes and prevents them.
She removes the water from the toilet first, before using a Dr. Beckmann foaming cleaner.
She then scrubs away at the stains before flushing the toilet.
This, she promises, should eliminate stubborn stains.