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Make It A Habit

After every cooking soiree and once the appliance has cooled, get in the habit of wiping off your cooktop, the inside of the oven door, or any other area that you can easily reach or is easily seen by others.


What you’ll need:
• Mild dishwashing detergent
• Clean cloth
• Dry microfiber cloth

What you’ll do:
• Put some detergent on the cloth and wring out any excess water.
• Wipe thoroughly and buff with the microfi ber cloth. This will prevent grease spots and other food debris from building up, making less work for you in the future. If you have any grease remaining, use a little white vinegar on a cloth and buff with a dry microfi ber cloth.

FOIL TO AVOID TOIL
For those of you who don’t have self-cleaning ovens, line your oven with foil to avoid having to clean the splatters from your reheated culinary delights.
For Self-Cleaning Ovens
General rule of thumb is that you should never use store- bought oven cleaners to clean your self-cleaning or continuous-cleaning oven since it can affect the finish and ruin the walls. However, being an accidental housewife, I took a chance in the interest of simplifying our oven-cleaning lives and tried Easy-Off Fume Free Max Oven Cleaner

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