Thursday, 30 June 2011

Cleaning a Self-Cleaning Oven

Oven know what you have to deal with – baked-on spills on the bottom of the oven, burnt fats on the walls and the black baked-on stuff called carbon. Cleaning this mess can be difficult and time-consuming, but if you have a self-cleaning oven, there is no need to worry, because these magical ovens do the whole job for you.

Before Cleaning 
  1. Read carefully the manufacturer's instructions and make sure you follow them.
  2. Take the racks out of the oven and place them in the sink.
  3. Open the kitchen windows to keep the kitchen ventilated. Clean all debris that can be easily removed before turning on the self-cleaning option, because this kind of ovens produce a lot of smoke during the cleaning process.
  4. Oven cleaning London companies advise you ensure that the oven is well locked before starting the cleaning process.
 Once you have turned on the self-cleaning feature, make sure that you stay at home till the oven finishes.

If you have done all of the things above, you can start the self-cleaning feature. Close the oven door and turn the oven to the necessary setting. The oven will need several hours to clean itself. You won't be able to open the oven until the temperature inside has dropped to a safe level. Then use a damp cloth to wipe the ashes away.

Although self-cleaning ovens clean themselves, it's recommended that you hire an oven cleaning London company to check and clean your self-cleaning oven thoroughly once per year.

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