Oven cleaning tips & tricks
This type of oven can actually clean it self by producing high temperature to burn
off the food and spills leftovers in the chamber. Unfortunately, you still need to
clean the oven before and after operating the self-
You will need:
1. First, open a window and turn on the hood for ventilation as it might produce
unpleasant vapors during the self-
2. Remove oven trays, racks and rack supports before starting the self-
3. Go back to your oven and try to wipe up spill leftovers using hot soapy damp cloth only. It is safer for the porcelain enamel coating and it will reduce smoke production during the self cleaning process. if needed, you may use a scraper gently to remove stubborn food leftovers and carbon. Don’t ever use rough scourer pad or oven cleaner inside the oven chamber as it might damage the oven special coating.
4. After you start the self-
5. By now, the spills leftovers are reduced to a gray pile of ash. Wait until the oven cools down completely and use a soapy damp cloth all over the oven interior to wipe down the ash.
6. You may use a glass cleaner or glass wipes to make the oven glass shine. You may also use stainless still polisher or stainless steel cleaning cloth over the oven exterior for extra gloss.
1. Wipe up spills soon after they occur using damp cloth.
2. Order professional inspection once a year for overall checking and cleaning.
1. Open a window and turn on the kitchen hood as smoke and fumes may be generated
during the self-
2. Do not line the oven cavity with aluminum foil. It might melt on during the self-
3. Never attempt to open the oven door during the self-
4. Never use oven cleaners, steel wool pads or wire-
5. If you own a bird, you should remove it away from the kitchen during the self-
1. It combines special interior pyrolytic coating with high temperature to burn off all the food and spills leftovers in the chamber without the use of any chemical agents.
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