Everneat Oven Scrub Product Review

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My greasy oven door has always been a problem. It seems like it’s just one of those things that never gets fully clean no matter which products I try. I will admit I have not deep-cleaned my oven door in almost a year — let’s chalk this up to pandemic procrastination — so I figured it could finally use a good spring cleaning scrub. I didn’t think any single product could possibly help restore my dirty oven door to its pre-pandemic glory, but it turns out one scrub got pretty close! And I found it it on Etsy, of all places!

First off, I have to say I’m very into trying hyped-up cleaning products — especially when they reach peak virality, which is how I found the popular, five-star-rated Everneat Oven Scrub Natural Cleaner sold on Etsy. Yes, Etsy! While I don’t mind using harsher cleaners, I was excited to try an all natural, plant-based product, and see how it’d stack up against my greasy and grimy oven door.

I did a little research to find out what was in the jar as soon as I received it. The main ingredients included pumice stone, coconuts, citric acid, and baking soda. It seemed promising, so I rolled up my sleeves and got to work to give it a try.

Surprisingly, my favorite thing about this product is the scent — powered by peppermint, lemon, and eucalyptus essential oils. Unlike most cleaners, it truly smelled like an uplifting spa scrub that belonged on my skin instead of my oven. I also loved that it came with a heavy-duty, metallic scrubbing sponge, which definitely aided in getting the job done. Lastly, and most importantly, I was impressed that this natural scrub was able to get my oven door about 90 percent clean — which is saying a lot!

It took two scrubbings, lasting about a couple minutes each. My oven door was pretty greasy (see for yourself below), so I used a lot of scrubbing pressure to work off most of the grime. I figured, because my oven door was in rough shape, I might need some extra tools to get it fully cleaned. So, after using the scrub and scrubber and rinsing it all off, I took out a razor tool to help with the really tough spots, such as the corners and the outer sections of the door. Then, I applied one last light layer of the scrub to clean off the scraped grease and followed up with a final wipe using a microfiber cloth. By the end, after plenty of elbow grease, my sparkling oven door looked almost unrecognizable!

Everneat’s Oven Scrub is definitely worth the hype, and now that I’ve learned my lesson to never let grease and grime build up so much on my oven door, I’ll be using it regularly to clean all the parts of my oven’s interior. You know, whenever it’s dirty … and whenever I want that sweet aromatherapy.

What do you use to clean your oven door? Tell us your tips in the comments below.

L. Daniela Alvarez


Daniela is a freelance writer who covers lifestyle and culture. In her free time, she’s either cuddling with her goldendoodle Chai, buying plants, or having a picnic. Daniela is a Chicana from Los Angeles living in San Diego.

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