How To Clean An Oven is the most in depth that I've seen .
It will take you through every step you need to get done. pay close attention
to how the door is cleaned. making sure that the glass inserts have been washed
There are many tips along the way, like putting the shelf's into a
plastic bag and then spraying them for cleaning.
Letting them sit with the bag
tightly closed is another great tip. Don't miss this one.
Of course many ovens today are self-cleaning, but that
doesn't mean you don't have to keep them up.
Although the temperature is very
high sometimes 900 degrees plus, you still need to wipe them out when they are
Sometimes they don't get everything burned off and you need to
scrape off the remnants.
How To Clean An Oven First Steps To Take:
Find out what kind of oven you have. is it a self
cleaning oven, or a textured oven, or maybe a non self-cleaning oven.
Run the self cleaning cycle as often as you need to, it
reduces most of the spills to a powdery form and can be easily wiped up.
to ventilate the kitchen by opening a window .
You will probably need to wash
down the door to remove any left on pieces. just use something non abrasive to
get them off.
Be sure you do not wash the gasket around the door.
It can be
damaged very easily by scrubbing and then will not seal your door for cooking
A textured oven is usually a continuous cleaning oven.
All you will need to do with this oven is wipe it down.
Do not use any sprays
on this oven or anything that is abrasive, it can ruin the surface.
make sure to remove the racks before you clean.
This includes any self cleaning
oven. the heat will remove the finish to the racks.
A regular non-self-cleaning oven: sometimes its a good
idea to wipe down the inside of the oven as soon as you are done using it.
Here's a great tip get your cloth wet, then put into the microwave for 30
seconds this will get it nice and hot and will help to remove any splatters to
You can help yourself keep it clean by placing a piece of aluminum
foil underneath the item your are cooking, this helps to catch the spills, and
all you have to do is throw the foil away when done cooking.
Make sure you have these items for cleaning.
cloth, non-abrasive cleanser.
This can be a mixture of two cups borax to one
cup baking soda.
It works great, a oven cleaner spray for the non-self-cleaning
oven and of course keep the materials as smooth as possible for cleaning.
you have something that will not come off, try a zero-grade steel wool it can
be used on your burner drip pans also.