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an ovenly bad problem - September 13th 2014, 12:41 AM

K guys. my oven is being stupid. Every time I cook smoke comes out and the fire alarms go off.

I guess maybe it's dirty but I can't get all of the leftover food out of it because it's practically melted to it!

I've tried steal wool and soap but it doesn't come up

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Re: an ovenly bad problem - September 14th 2014, 12:33 AM

While at work I use a steel brush and a mixture of vinegar and water. The vinegar helps cut through grease really well. Another thing you could try is to leave a cup of ammonia in the oven overnight and scrub it in the morning. The ammonia should help loosen everything up.


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Re: an ovenly bad problem - September 14th 2014, 03:25 AM

Are you renting the place? If so, I'd call your landlord and see if you can get it professionally cleaned or looked at for defects. I'm not sure how much that costs, but not doing it can cause fires in the future.


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