Self-cleaning ovens can save you both time and a backache from having to bend down and scrub out the grime. But the intense heat of the oven self-clean function can be a little intimidating. Check out these tips to learn how to use this feature.
Cleaning an oven has to be one of the most tedious and least popular kitchen tasks. It’s so easy just to shut the door and ignore all of the baked-on grime from pizzas and casseroles long past.
The clean function on an oven seems to work like magic. You simply close the oven door, start the cycle, and a few hours later, all of those nasty food remnants have turned to ash, and you’re one wet rag away from a sparkling oven. But let’s face it, using the oven self-cleaning cycle can be a little intimidating. The thought of high temperatures and the smell of something burning is alarming.
So how does a self-cleaning oven work? Courtesy of Merry Maids, here are some of the best ways to clean a self-cleaning oven.
After cleaning your oven, learn how to clean the oven hood. Voila! Your appliance is back to being spick and span.
Proper cleaning and routine maintenance can go a long way in extending your oven’s life span, but all appliances can eventually break down from normal wear and tear. That’s where a warranty for your self-cleaning oven comes in handy.
Affordable home warranty coverage from American Home Shield can save you the headache of troubleshooting your oven yourself or tracking down someone reliable to fix it. Just call or contact us online, and we’ll handle the rest. Then, you can get back to expertly running your household. Visit us online to learn more about our home warranty plans and pricing.
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