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Monday, January 23, 2012

How To Remove Sticky Kitchen Grease Without Harsh Chemicals



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How often is there a sticky, greasy residue on the vent or cupboards above your stove? Too often!! I use to think that I need a strong cleaner with chemicals to remove built up grease, but then my sister told me what she uses to remove built up grease. BAKING SODA and LEMON JUICE!!!! Once again, baking soda is a key ingredient to tackle tuff messes in the kitchen. 
FIRST: Combine baking soda and lemon juice in a small bowl until its a nice consistency between not to thick and not to thin. 


Here is the greasy cupboard and vent before they are cleaned!! YUCK!
                                            
SECOND: Rub mixture on dirty area with a rag and you can let it sit for 3-5 minutes or so if you want. 
THIRD: Rub and Wipe off clean. Get a clean rag and wipe a few more times to remove cleaner completely.

VENT AFTER BEING CLEANED WITH BAKING SODA AND LEMON JUICE!! 
You can also use mixture to brighten appliances. For example: handles to fridges or microwaves. My sister also uses this for baked on grease on her white enamel stove top. 
**Remember to test baking soda and lemon cleaning mixture on a small area before applying to entire area. I am not responsible for your mess ups!! lol  :-)









10 comments:

  1. Great idea Danielle! I've always hated cleaning greasy kitchen surfaces !! Can't wait to try this!

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  3. Yes, baking soda is an effective cleaning tool in removing grease in your stove, range hood and other kitchen appliances. It won’t scratch your appliances and it will definitely leave them clean and fresh. Simply put a little baking soda on a sponge and clean the greasy mess.

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  4. Thanks for the post, great tips and information which is useful for all...
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  8. I have a actifry how can i get the grease of

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  9. The best tip I have found for cleaning those greasy vents is to let them boil in a pot of baking soda water. Bring a large pot of water to a boil, and pour in a cup of baking soda. Dip the vent in and let it boil for a minute of so (you may need to flip it if your pot isn't deep enough). All that greasy build up is gone!

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  10. I admire this article for the well-researched content and excellent wording. I got so involved in this material that I couldn’t stop reading. I am impressed with your work and skill. Thank you so much.
    AILEEN

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