Oven Cleaner Hair Remover ...ladies? ...gents?

Discussion in 'Food & Cooking' started by left4bread, Sep 4, 2011.

  1. left4bread

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    I swear that I cleaned my oven tonight and the oven cleaner smelled like NAIR.

    Coincidence?

    Can I spray my back with oven cleaner to save money?

    I can deal with NAIR, but a spray would be easier to use... 

    That foam stuff doesn't hit all the spots I need it to.
     
  2. boar_d_laze

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    Disturbing.

    BDL
     
  3. panini

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    Let'e see. You posted this at 7:45 am.

    Did you actually sleep on these thoughts?

    You need to rinse the cleaner off imediately after the hair comes out. Cold

    water seems to work best. Your pours will close so you can get a good

    buff with the ShielaShine.

    Oh, it also helps to take your head out of the oven while cleaning it.
     
  4. thetincook

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    Use the brulee torch, wuss.
     
  5. gourmetm

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    If your oven is growing hair, sounds like you're in like Flint!
     
  6. maryb

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    Semi pro/retired now
    TMI !!!!!
     
  7. petalsandcoco

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     a hot bowl of wax.............then a tea towel..........it will come off in one shot. PULL IT FAST.......all the friendly stuff you can find in a kitchen.
     
  8. gourmetm

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    Left4bread,

    Lemon-scented oven cleaners smell less foul, I've found. They're still toxic, and they still smell toxic; it's more a matter of what smell you can stand.
     
  9. bscepter

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    all joking aside, oven cleaner is lye  and shouldn't be anywhere near exposed flesh. 
     
  10. nadeest

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    GourmetM, Flint isn't THAT bad, at least not when I lived in the area.