Removing burnt fat

Hi,
Does anybody know an easy and effective method for removing burnt fat from inside the oven?
Kind regards, Peter
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Oven cleaner and elbow grease. Duh.
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Dan C wrote:

Y'know (seriously) It might just be that oven cleaner isn't well known and easily available in Poland.
Jeff (Whose dad was born in Lodz.)
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Piotr G. Kosinski wrote:

If it's a tick layer of burned fat I would firts sprinkle with vinegar, let soak, then scrape with a plastic blade and wipe off.
You may need a second pass, which is a (warm) breeze if it's a self-cleaning oven, more of a chore with nasty chemicals if not.
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Piotr G. Kosiński wrote:

A biiiggg fire.
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Piotr G. Kosiński wrote:

Hire a housekeeper.
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"Piotr G. Kosiński" wrote:

Oven cleaner?
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On Sat, 10 Sep 2005 15:20:10 +0200, "Piotr G. Kosiński"

Go to a mechanics shop where they have those soapless hand cleaners. Use that stuff to soak the fat residue for a few minutes then scrub. Repeat.
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An old method of oven cleaning was to place a saucer or pan of ammonia in the oven when the oven is warm but turned off. Let it sit overnight. Should clean off easily the next morning.
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Piotr G. Kosiński wrote:

A very strong solution of lye, also known as caustic soda or sodium hydroxide, and a coarse pad of steel wool or a plastic scrub brush (don't use natural bristles). You shouldn't have to scrub very hard. Wear rubber gloves. Let the lye soak in a little before you scrub it. HTH :-)
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