Is There A 'Green' Oven Cleaner On the Market?

United States
July 14, 2009 12:54pm CST
I am specifically looking for a 'Green' oven cleaner, as I have had enough of the spray fumes from my current oven cleaner. What do you use or recommend? Thank you.
5 responses
@savypat (20246)
• United States
14 Jul 09
I know you can use ammonia in the oven over night and it will make it easier to clean. Look on the internet for instructions and be careful that stuff can be dangerous, but it's what you would call a green product. Meaning it's naturally occuring
• United States
14 Jul 09
Thank you, I will look it up. Luckily I have some ammonia in the house (I'll be careful). Thanks again. :O)
@1boerseun (124)
• South Africa
14 Jul 09
If you use pineapples regularly the don't throw away the peels afterwards, but first place it on some tough spots you want to clean on or in your oven. Also leave that overnight, but only on enamel or stainless steel, because it can stain or damage other surfaces. Makes a good meat tenderizer by the way (not the peels of course)
@1boerseun (124)
• South Africa
14 Jul 09
Vinegar on a paper towel could be tried. Wet a few paper towels with it and press them against the sides. They will stay there if you do it right. Leave it overnight and clean up the next morning. If it dries out too quickly then place a bowl of boiling hot water inside and close the door, in all cases. any other soft paper will do if you don't have paper towels. If you don't have vinegar then lemon and salt may do the trick.
@1boerseun (124)
• South Africa
14 Jul 09
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@moon1688 (144)
• China
14 Jul 09
I think their is!