Sat. May 28th, 2022

An Australian professional cleaning assistant has shared his secret of cleaning an old oven and making it look as good as new using the power of steam.

Kacie, who goes by ‘The Big Clean Co’, has revealed that her cleaning method is better for your health and does not use toxic or corrosive chemicals.

She begins by adding a cup of boiling water and a cup of vinegar to a tray and placing it in a hot oven.

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She begins by adding a cup of boiling water and a cup of vinegar to a tray and placing the tray in a hot oven

The tray is left inside the hot oven for 20 minutes while the steaming process takes place

Kacie, who goes by ‘The Big Clean Co’, has revealed that her oven cleaning method is far better for your health and does not use toxic or corrosive chemicals

After the cleaning trick, the oven looked brand new again (pictured)

After the cleaning trick, the oven looked brand new again (pictured)

The tray is left inside the hot oven for 20 minutes while the steaming process takes place.

After 20 minutes of steaming, the dirt and grease will appear as a “mushy mess” and you can start scraping it right away with a scraping tool.

Next, Kacie lets the oven cool down and starts foaming abrasive with dishwashing detergent, she recommends this as a good alternative to toxic chemical cleaners.

What does Kacie use to clean her oven?

  • 1 cup white vinegar
  • 1 cup boiling water
  • Dishwashing liquid
  • Scraping tool
  • Steel wool scrubber

She scrubs the oven with the foamed scrubber to remove excess dirt and to increase the extra shine.

Kacie suggests using the scraper on the oven racks and using a blade during the entire cleaning process, if necessary.

“So much healthier, that oven cleaner is poison,” said one woman.

“May I hire you, I feel I can actually trust your cleaning,” said another.

The professional cleaning assistant was praised after sharing his cleaning secret and reminds us that they are healthier cleaning alternatives.

“You do not need any ugly chemicals,” Kacie said.

After 20 minutes of steaming, the dirt and grease will appear as one

Kacie suggests using the scouring pad on the oven racks and using a blade during the entire cleaning process, if necessary

Next, Kacie lets the oven cool down and starts foaming the scrubber up with dishwashing liquid, she recommends this as a good alternative to toxic chemical cleaners and scrubs the oven with a scrubber and a blade

The professional cleaning assistant from Melbourne also shared the cleaning products she always has in her set and uses while working.

Kacie said she uses magic erasers, cream cleaners, grout cleaners, non-toxic biodegradable glass cleaners and a variety of cleaning brushes to clean.

She shared an insightful video on TikTok describing the purpose of each cleaning product.

Kacie from The Big Clean Co said she uses magic erasers, cream cleaners, grout cleaners, non-toxic biodegradable glass cleaners and a variety of cleaning brushes

The Melbourne cleaner shared an insightful video on TikTok describing the purpose of each product

Kacie from The Big Clean Co said she uses magic erasers, cream cleaners, grout cleaners, non-toxic biodegradable glass cleaners and a variety of cleaning brushes

‘We use a Pullman or a Henry vacuum cleaner – the size and suction are fantastic; microfiber cloths and good glass cloths for polishing and shining, ‘she said in the video.

Pullmans and Henry vacuum cleaners are commercial products designed to make cleaning tasks easier to perform, but often have a minimum price of $ 299.

It may come as a surprise to some, but dishwashing liquid can be used to clean glass surfaces – such as shower enclosures.

Pullmans and Henry vacuum cleaners are commercial products designed to make cleaning tasks easier to perform, but often have a minimum price of $ 299.

‘You knew I would say this, dishwashing liquid! We also use a citrus spray for all purposes, but we actually make our own dishwashing detergent that we will be able to put in a spray bottle, she said.

Dishwashing liquid can be used to clean glass surfaces - such as shower walls

“We use a Pullman or a Henry vacuum cleaner – the size and suction are fantastic,” she said. Dishwashing liquid can be used to clean glass surfaces – such as shower walls

It may come as a surprise to some, but dishwashing liquid can be used to clean glass surfaces – such as shower enclosures.

To clean marble surfaces, Kacie uses a non-toxic biodegradable glass cleaner.

The grout is only used for deep cleaning of the bathroom, otherwise dishwashing liquid, a magic eraser, rubber scraper and brushes are ideal.

‘A creamer, regardless of brand [will] do it, it’s great to shine the sink, ‘she said.

Kacie said she also uses two different types of mops – a cord mop or a flat mop for glossy tiles.

Toilet cleaner, eucalyptus oil for the mop water and a vacuum cleaner with extension handles are also included in the cleaning set.

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