What you have to consider when hiring an Oven Cleaning service

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There are many types of ovens used in homes. That’s why, it is important to find out what kind of oven you have before you start cleaning it.

The food will usually boil at the bottom of the oven. At this point, the temperature in the oven might be high and you can’t risk switching it off to get rid of the mess. The best you can do is to stand aside and wait for the oven to cool down before it can be cleaned.

You need to understand the correct techniques for cleaning to avoid damaging your oven. Find out if your oven is a self-cleaning, non-self-cleaning or perhaps a textured style. If you find it difficult or don’t have the time to clean you can hire an expert Oven Cleaning service.

Self-cleaning ovens

If your oven is a self-cleaning one, you have to run the self-cleaning cycle which minimizes the spills to ash and powder so that you can effortlessly wipe it out using a wet towel. If your oven is self-cleaning, make sure that the window is open to reduce the possibility of smoke adhering on the ceiling and the frames. Once you do that, you should wash down the frame and the door gently using a cleaner to get rid of the remains. Do not clean it using abrasives. Only rinse a towel with soap and water and use it to eliminate the dirt.

Textured oven

If your oven is the textured type, you simply need to use a moist cloth to wipe down the inside and your oven will be cleaned. These type of ovens have a special surface area made of a ceramic layer which burns the food. Cleaning it using harsh oven detergents and scouring pads might destroy the surface.

Non-self-cleaning ovens

If you own this kind of an oven, you need to make sure that every time food or water spills in the oven, a moist towel is used to wipe it up. You could also opt to have the base of the oven covered with an aluminium foil. But, this must be cautiously done so that you don’t block the vents. This oven could be cleaned using a plastic scrubbing pad or perhaps a brush.

Use the following tips to help you clean your oven. Alternatively, you could use a specialist Oven Cleaning service. These cleaners would be able to determine the right service for your oven and they would be able to clean it properly.

– Ensure that the plastic knob is taken out for the duration of the self-cleaning cycle. If you do not do this, your plastic knob might melt.
– Baking soda can be utilized on the standard non self-cleaning ovens. A mild abrasive may be used to soak up the oily stains as well as the grease.
– The baking soda could be set aside to blend for approximately 12 hours before wiping
– If there is anything to be scrubbed, you might need a spatula to scrape off the paste
– If there’s any sticking baking powder, use vinegar to remove it

If you want details about our Oven Cleaning service, don’t forget to give us a call on 020 3322 8936.

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