This one. And apparently you can wash pillows that way, too!
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You haveto make sure your machine is big enough for your comforter. But i do this too. Typically i'll dry it once, pull it out, rearrange it so the part thats wettest is on the outside of the bundle, dry it again, and then finish and fluff on the line.
It took me years to realize that you can leave the oven racks in the oven when you run the self cleaning cycle. I had always followed the instruction manual and taken them out because I was afraid of damaging them. They do just fine leaving them in and it saves me hours of scrubbing them by hand.
What??? You can do this??? Why does the manual say you can't?
Mine are gross. And my oven needs cleaning too.
What happens it that is runs really, really, really hot and basically turns everything in your oven into ashes. My oven is pretty old and it takes a good 6 hours to run. You have to "lock" it closed and then you can't open it until it's done. THEN - you are left with ash in the oven that you need to wipe out with a damp sponge. So there is some work on your part- but not toxic oven cleaner work.
you can do toothbrushes that way, too (especially good if people in the house have been sick...) You can microwave sponges to kill bacteria, too.
With regard to the self cleaning oven. If you have birds make sure you ventilate the house well. The fumes can kill birds. Also never self clean the oven prior to thanksgiving or any other important meal. The self cleaning oven feature can be hard on the oven, and you don't want your oven dying right when you really need it.