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Old 04-15-2005, 02:22 AM   #1
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So here I am sweating on my hands and knees trying to get the redisude from 10 years ago that the previous renters before the previous renters that lived in my appartment left and I am not making much progress with the "easy off ultra quick oven clean" or whatever. Getting very frustraited I look under the sink and low and behold.....3 cans of engine degreaser ($0.87 walmart special) and 2 cans of tb cleaner (rice hq $1 speical). Screwwwww it.


So I just sprayed 2 cans worth of engine degreaser and filled up the oven with a nice foamy paste but of course I prepped the surface with a can of tb cleaner.


Holy ****..c.rap


It works and I dont think it damged the oven surface at all.


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Yea, I believe that. U turn the oven on yet?
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Old 04-15-2005, 03:49 AM   #3
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Yea, I believe that. U turn the oven on yet?

I am still rinsing it out and I just took the filiment out to clean that down real good.
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Yeah, I'd let her air out a while before applying heat. Dirty oven = Bad Burned ddown apartment = even worse....
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TB/Carb cleaner are some of the best things of cleaning junk off of metal.
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