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I’m a messy cook.
There, I said it.
When you cook for a living creating recipes sometimes things just don’t work out and you put something in the oven just to see the grease run off into the bottom of the oven. Of course, you may open the oven to flip chicken wings then drop one that lands on the bottom of the oven too, yes done that! Cooking can be very messy, which is why I have grown to love Easy-Off Oven Cleaner!
I mentioned last spring that we had used the Easy-Off Oven Cleaner on our oven to clean it out for our spring cleaning. We have since used it regularly plus we love the BBQ cleaner too!
As the holiday season gets closer, cooking and baking become even more busy than usual around our house. On top of that with the holidays this year, we are also trying to sell our house. That means we have potential buyers coming in and looking through our house possibly opening up the oven too.
I sure do not want them to see last night’s dinner caked onto the bottom of my oven! So, Easy-Off has become my go to cleaning product for my oven.
I love the fume-free, and I even found they have a spray bottle now which is easier to control too. All you do is simply spray it on, let it sit for a bit and then wipe it off. It comes off so easily, much better than scrubbing with soapy water.
Easy-Off is the #1 Oven Cleaner, and I have found that to be true over the last several months of using it. The Heavy Duty Oven Cleaner can cut through grease in less than 5 minutes and the fume free is safe to use in self cleaning ovens!
Easy-Off Fume Free Oven Cleaner penetrates tough baked-on oven grease to effectively clean with no nasty fumes. I picked up my supply of Easy-Off at Walmart!
This makes cooking for the holidays in the midst of trying to sell our home much less stress for me, I can easily get my oven clean before guests arrive whether it be for our holiday parties or for showings!
Have you tried Easy-Off Oven Cleaner? Have you had success with it? Share with us your tips!
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Comments & Reviews
Jenny Huntington says
I love getting recipes from you but maybe for yours and your families health you should try other ways to clean. I use baking soda and vinegar in my cleaning, also bleach and alcohol. There’s lots of info out there on other ways than using harsh chemicles (sp) to clean. Just a thought
Thanks Jenny! I actually use those for just about everything (the ones you mentioned), I have yet to get those though to work on my oven. So far this is the only thing I’ve found to cut through the grim that’s on it. Do you have any tips for using those types of products on it?
Rachel @ BubblyNatureCreations.com says
I always hate the way my oven looks after heavy cooking… this looks so easy to do!
Sometimes it takes a tough product to break through the nasties. I know my oven could definitely benefit from this product!
This product is AMAZING and so easy to use, its basically effortless! I have tried all the other oven “cleaning methods” and short of using a chisel and hammer this is the only product that will clean my oven 🙂