I’m a cleaning pro… here’s a ‘magic’ £2 household item that melts away stubborn oven grease

A cleaning expert has unveiled a secret £2 trick to melt away the most stubborn grease stuck to your oven.

The bargain buying tip was welcomed online by people who needed help cleaning one of the most used appliances in the home.

A top oven cleaning hack has been offered online


A top oven cleaning hack has been offered onlinePhoto credit: Getty

It came up in a Facebook group for fans of Instagram influencer cleaning guru called Mrs. Hinch Mirror reports.

The top recommended product is called Bar Keeper’s Friend and is available online for just £1.99.

The powder product was recommended after a woman asked the group for help removing “thick, stubborn grease” from the bottom of her oven.

Someone who responded quickly said they used the same stain remover that day, explaining, “It’s good — the oven was a treat.”

Another poster agreed, writing, “I use this too — it’s brilliant stuff.”

Another reviewer shared that they “used this on my oven door for the first time yesterday and thought it was great – poured the powder on the door and then used hot water and a sponge”.

And another fan explained: “I also used Bar Keeper’s Friend and the grease came off the glass immediately. Works like magic.”

The product can be bought from The Range for £1.99 but is also available from Ocado for £3 and as part of a larger cleaning pack via Amazon for £12.20.

Fans of cleaning guru and Instagram star Mrs Hinch have previously hailed a potential 75p cure for nasty toilet scale.

Mrs Hinch, the Instagram star who shares cleaning tips, is Sophie Hinchcliffe, an Essex hairdresser and mother of two.

Other fans of hers have shared tips on how to keep limescale off washing machines, bathroom tiles and faucets.

And there were also suggestions on how to descale kettles using various household items – including lemon juice, baking soda and white vinegar.

Ms Hinch fans also recently shared tips on storing perfume, fluffing towels and avoiding washing machine stains.

Emma James

Emma James is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Emma James joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing emmajames@ustimespost.com.

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