Modern Kitchen, Media
GC: Osborne Construction
Architect: C2 Architecture
Design: Kole Made.
Custom Woodwork + Cabinetry: Loubier Design.
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Photo Credit: http://www.samoberter.com/
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Range and ovenThis appliance probably took the brunt of your holiday cooking messes. It’s not the easiest or quickest thing to clean, but as the star of your kitchen, it’s necessary. How oftenAs needed.Remove the burners and trays and soak them in soapy water for 20 minutes, then scrub clean with a sponge. Wipe down the stove-top. For the oven, remove the racks and soak them in sudsy water in your sink, then wipe clean with a sponge. Look to your owner’s manual for the right cleaning method for the oven, but you can begin by vacuuming out the crumbs on the bottom and wiping the inside with a damp sponge. A commercial oven cleaner will be your best bet but there are alternative solutions as well. As a daily preventative measure, try putting parchment paper on the bottom to catch drips and spills and change out as needed.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
Stegner says some people may want to let the baking soda sprayed with vinegar solution sit overnight, but you don’t need to. “I usually wait about 20 to 30 minutes,” she says. “Then I’ll go in and scrub using steel wool or a bristle brush. If there’s a stubborn area that won’t come off, I’ll put the paste on again via the baking-soda-and-spray-bottle process. If it’s a thick, crusty area, you can also lightly use the sharp edge of a razor blade to chip it off. Or you can just keep scrubbing – it should work.” Finally, wipe down the interior with a clean, damp cloth or paper towels until thoroughly rinsed.