Monday, 13 June 2011

How to Use an Oven Cleaner

If you aren't one of those happy people that have a self-cleaning oven in their kitchens, then you have no choice but to get down to work and clean your oven yourself. If you have no experience in cleaning ovens, then you can follow these tips and get rid of the dirt and grime, your oven has accumulated.
  • Get an oven cleaner from the local store. Make sure that it doesn't contain any toxic substances. Don't forget to buy a pair of rubber gloves.
  • Before starting the cleaning process, read carefully the manufacturer's instructions and ensure that you stuck to them. Some oven cleaners require the oven to be preheated while other can be used on cold ovens. There are oven cleaning detergents that take a few hours to act and some work overnight.

  • Oven cleaning London cleaners recommend that you put on gloves before cleaning your oven. If the oven cleaner spills on your hand, you might not notice it immediately, but it doesn't mean that the acid isn't damaging your skin slowly.
  • Once the oven cleaner has done its work, it's time to take a scrubber and remove the baked-on food. Wipe out the oven completely to get rid of all residue and cleaner.

To make sure that your oven is clean and safe, professionals from oven cleaning London advise you to clean it every few months. If you use your oven daily and spill a large amount of grease on it, you need to do the cleaning procedure more frequently.


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