Oven cleaning is probably one of the tasks you hate to do around the house. It’s that job you’re always going to get round to, isn’t it?
Just like your car, your oven or cooker needs to maintained and serviced regularly. Failure to do this can lead to several problems that include a smoking oven.
1. Take a look at your oven’s warranty and manual. There are various different types of ovens with different styles. Some have self cleaning elements which are generally at the sides and at the bottom. Some of these incinerate spilled foods when a high temperature is applied. You may even have this control on your panel or knob.
2. Always choose a non-abrasive cleaner. This is to avoid scratches and abrasions.
3. Try not to spray cleaning products directly onto the cleaning panel of your oven. Simply use a damp cloth and wipe.
4. Wait until your oven is cool and then clean the oven glass window and trays.
Follow these steps to help keep your oven clean and or contact a local oven cleaning technician to do this for you.