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daily parcels * tied up in string *

daily musings of a vintage addict * I am totally obsessed with all things vintage * trying to keep up with my past...and sometimes ordinary everyday life

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Location: Culburra Beach , NSW, Australia

I live in Australia, my ancestry is in Cornwall. a Celt. a hedgewitch of sorts. I am an Earth Healer. I wear upcycled clothes, patchouli oil and Redback boots. A gypsy. An eccentric. a mystic. I am a searcher, a seeker, a pilgrim on Earth. I serve my guests, tea from an old silver teapot. I love Vervain, yarrow, chamomile & mint. I love to dream, to walk and to wonder

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October 13, 2005


I am not a sloppy or messy cook. I clean up after myself as I go.
but dear readers, I give up.
can someone please tell me how on earth I can remove those splatter marks
on the glass in the oven door.
it doesn't matter what I do to prevent splattering during roasting, whether I cover the food with foil or put the meat in a bag
those brown marks always seem to appear.
I always wipe the oven down when finished cooking; including the door
but that doesn't help either
Last night, I took it into my head to start cleaning my stove & oven - I have tried everything - sunlight soap, hot water and a scourer; a paste of lemon juice and bicarb soda (which I must say, did help a little) but it just doesn't look clean. Then I tried to scrape it off with the end of a spoon, this worked but is so tedious.....
it is very admirable to be green, but let's be honest
- some natural cleaning methods just don't work.


Blogger Amy said...

I've read that vinegar can be quite good for taking marks off the oven doors...

10:53 am  
Blogger Carol said...

I know what you mean, if this is any comfort, I have the same problem but sadly no solution.

6:41 pm  

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