Prepare Your Oven for the Holidays with These Cleaning Tips

Kimberly Bean
Kimberly Bean
Published on November 7, 2018

Thanksgiving is just two weeks away! Is your oven ready for
all the baking and cooking you’re planning to do?

If you’re like me, cleaning your oven is not tops of your
list for fun holiday activities. But if you’re planning to cook like crazy over the next few weeks, it’s something you (and I!) should do – both for safety reasons and for the taste of the delicious holiday treats you’re going to make.

In fact, home guru Bob Vila recommends cleaning your oven every three to six months and offers some tips for doing the job right.

The first step? Check the owner’s manual of your oven to see
which components can be cleaned and which can’t. On most ovens, Vila’s website says, you can’t clean the heating elements or the gasket that seals the door closed.

But the racks, sides, walls, floor, and window glass? That’s
all fair game, and you’ll find cleaning tips and safe DIY cleaner recipes on Vila’s website. With a little time and elbow grease, you’ll have your oven ready for holiday feasting!

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