Yes I know your Probably Think Its Self-Cleaning why are you telling me how to clean it the!
All though Self-Cleaning Ovens are technically "self-cleaning," they do still require a little work.
So that brings me to this Post!
First Before You Start:
Pick a time when your kitchen is not going to be used, as the cleaning process takes several hours. You may want to do this earlier in the day because your house will get warm.
Remove and Pet Birds! and Keep pets and Children out of the Kitchen. I Put up Baby gates when I clean my oven so I know my pets can't get in.
- Line your bathtub with old towels to help from the bathtub getting scratched.
- Fill the Bathtub up with Hot Water as Hot as you bath water will get. (Don't forget to close the bathroom door or put up a baby gate if you have little ones.)
- Turn on the Hood Vent.
- Open Kitchen Windows
- Remove Oven Racks
- Place Racks in Bathtub and pour a little dish soap on top. Let soak.
- Check to see if you have any big spills in you oven. if you do Clean them a little with a sponge and warm water.
- Start the Self-Cleaning Process on your oven. This process can take around 3 hours and might even take as long as 5-6 hours depending on your oven.
- When the oven is done Cleaning You will probably see some ashes on the bottom of the oven, sweep or vacuum them out.
- Wipe Down the interior of your oven with a damp cloth.
- Going back to your Racks in the bathtub, Give them a good scrub with a brush.
- Rinse & Dry Racks
- Clean up bathtub.
- Return Racks to Oven
- Wipe Down Outside of oven, If stainless-steal Polish with stainless-steal cleaner.
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What works for you?
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