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Mum reveals the exact four-step process to cleaning your oven – and her simple trick to keep it sparkling for longer

  • Chantel Mila said you can transform your oven with a few budget Bunnings buys
  • She recommends using a solution of bi carb soda and dishwashing liquid
  • The mum-of-two likes to use oven liners to catch any grease when cooking

A mum known for sharing handy home hacks has shared the exact four-step process she uses to clean her oven, and the simple trick that keeps it sparkling for months.

Chantel Mila, from Melbourne, said her followers regularly ask her for advice on cleaning their ovens and keeping them this way – and she always recommends one simple solution.

‘Here’s the trick to clean your oven and the way to keep it cleaner for longer,’ she wrote on Instagram.

‘Bunnings has all the items you need to clean it and leave it sparkling.’

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A mum known for sharing handy home hacks has shared the exact four-step process she uses to clean her oven, and the simple trick that keeps it sparkling for months (process pictured)

A mum known for sharing handy home hacks has shared the exact four-step process she uses to clean her oven, and the simple trick that keeps it sparkling for months (process pictured)

Chantel Mila, from Melbourne, said her followers regularly ask her for advice on cleaning their ovens and keeping them this way - and she always recommends one simple solution

Chantel Mila, from Melbourne, said her followers regularly ask her for advice on cleaning their ovens and keeping them this way - and she always recommends one simple solution

Chantel Mila, from Melbourne, said her followers regularly ask her for advice on cleaning their ovens and keeping them this way – and she always recommends one simple solution

The first thing Chantel said you should do is mix one cup of Glitz cleaning bi-carb with one third of a cup of Glitz dishwashing liquid.

You can buy one kilogram of the Glitz cleaning bi-carb from Bunnings for just $8.75, while two litres of the dishwashing liquid from the same store will set you back just $9.99.

‘Apply this onto your oven and let the mixture sit for about two hours to soften the baked-on grease,’ Chantel said.

The first thing Chantel said you should do is mix one cup of Glitz cleaning bi-carb with one third of a cup of Glitz dishwashing liquid, and then apply it to the oven, leave it for two hours and then scrape off (pictured)

The first thing Chantel said you should do is mix one cup of Glitz cleaning bi-carb with one third of a cup of Glitz dishwashing liquid, and then apply it to the oven, leave it for two hours and then scrape off (pictured)

The first thing Chantel said you should do is mix one cup of Glitz cleaning bi-carb with one third of a cup of Glitz dishwashing liquid, and then apply it to the oven, leave it for two hours and then scrape off (pictured)

Once this is done, you should use an Oates scraper blade ($6.99) to ‘gently remove any burnt-on mess’.

‘This scraper blade is amazing at cutting through tough grime easily and can be used on glass and tiles around the home,’ Chantel said.

Following this, the mum-of-two said you just need to wipe away any ‘excess mixture’ and ‘finish by lining your oven with a Soffrito oven liner’.

These cost $19.99 for a pack of 20. 

The reason why they work is because ‘any mess drops onto the liner which is dishwasher safe to wash it easily’.

This prevents your oven from getting caked in oil, dirt and grime.

Following this, the mum-of-two said you just need to wipe away any'excess mixture' and'finish by lining your oven with a Soffrito oven liner' to catch any future grease (pictured)

Following this, the mum-of-two said you just need to wipe away any ‘excess mixture’ and ‘finish by lining your oven with a Soffrito oven liner ‘ to catch any future grease (pictured)

The four-step process to a sparkling oven revealed 

1. Mix one cup of Glitz cleaning bi-carb with one third of a cup of Glitz dishwashing liquid.

2. Apply this to your oven and let the mixture sit for about two hours to soften the baked-on grease.

3.  Use an Oates scraper blade ($6.99) to ‘gently remove any burnt-on mess’.

4. Wipe away any ‘excess mixture’ and ‘finish by lining your oven with a Soffrito oven liner’, which will help to catch any future grease from cooking.

Source: Mama Mila 

Thousands who saw the simple video were impressed and said they were inspired to clean theirs at home

Thousands who saw the simple video were impressed and said they were inspired to clean theirs at home

Thousands who saw the simple video were impressed and said they were inspired to clean theirs at home.

‘Will try this tomorrow,’ one person wrote. 

‘So helpful, thank you,’ another person added.

In another video, Chantel showed how to clean disgusting oven racks by putting them in the bath.

‘Line the bathtub with a towel and submerge oven racks in very hot water,’ she said.

Chantel then dissolves one scoop of laundry detergent in water and pours that mixture on top of the oven racks in the bathtub.

Then, all you need to do is leave the racks to soak overnight and give them a wipe in the morning. 

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