CLEANING the oven has to be up there with everyone's least favourite household chore – so we're always looking out for ways to make the experience slightly less painful.
And now, one mum seems to have found the answer, after showing off her impressive before and after photos on social media.
Taking to the Mum's Who Organise, Clean and Chat Facebook group, the mum posted an image of her favourite cleaner next to a sparkling shot of her freshly cleaned oven.
"Does anyone else use the EcoSense range?" She asked.
"This would have to be one of my favourites from the wholesaler.
"Hardly any elbow grease needed and no toxic fumes taking my breathe away."
The before and after images were certainly impressive – and other mums rushed to comment on the post, desperate to get their hands on the magic spray.
Mela-Magic Melaleuca Ecosense Mutli-Purpose Household Cleaner, £23.99, Amazon – buy now
The mum explained the product – named Melamagic by Eco Sense – is from an online wholesaler, Melaleuca, with products you can order from a catalogue.
"There’s a different cleaner for everything… and they all work amazingly," she revealed.
While ordering from the catalogue is only available in Australia, Amazon are selling a similar heavy-duty cleaning product from the same brand.
And happy shoppers can't stop gushing about the product, with one writing: "One of the best cleaning products on the market.
"The initial tea tree scent might be hard to take but once you start using it, and trust me, a little goes a long way, you will not go back to your other cleaners.
"It can take on the grease build-up on your stove, the grime on your baseboards, light switches, counters and what I love the most, my old Linoleum looks clean and shiny again."
While another wrote: "I absolutely love this. It smells so good!
"And it lasts so long because you only use a tiny amount each time."
Earlier this week, we told you how one woman claims putting your dishwasher tablets in the cutlery drawer cleans more effectively.
We also revealed one smug mum’s organised kitchen post is blasted after people spot the junk food in her cupboards.
And we showed you mum uses 17p cola from Asda to remove greasy stains from clothes in minutes.
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