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Put a oven proof bowl inside the oven with lemon and water. The lemon should be cut and squeezed into the water. There should be enough water in the bowl to cover the lemon skins. Turn on the oven to about 160 to 200 degrees Celcius. Wait until the water boils and begins to make steam then turn it down so the water begins to simmer slowly. Leave for about 20 to 30 minutes until there is little water in the bowl. Turn off the oven. Open the oven and begin wiping with a damp cloth while still hot to warm. Grease should soften and begin to come off. For thick baked grease Sodium Bi Carbone made into a paste (by adding a little water to the Bi Carb) and rub on to the thick area and then apply lemon juice or vinigar. Heat the oven as describe above in the first paragraph. This procedure can be used to clean burnt substances from the base of saucepans or anything that has carbonised. This does work. I regularly use this method to clean my oven and anything that carbonises. The best results for getting carbon off any item is to be able apply Sodium Bi Carb with vinigar on to the item and then boil the item in a covered saucepan with some water added (1 cup or so of water or enough to cover the item) for a least ten minutes. The burn carbonised substance will just peal off with a ligth rub. This works when needing to clean stove elements, oven sauces under the stove elements, roasting pans, barbeque plates and grills.

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