Clean the Oven for Bond Cleaning
Are you planning for an end of lease cleaning and you’ve got a lot to do? Clean oven is one of the top priorities in agents bond cleaning checklists. Very few people look forward to this experience, some people out rightly detest it but more often than not, it is the thought of cleaning that is worse than the cleaning task itself!
Almost every health expert advocates that it is not hygienic to turn your oven’s self-cleaning function right before cooking; this is because what the oven does is to turn up the heat in the oven and burn everything into a crisp, which you can then wipe out once it is cool. It kind of works, but most times it leaves things worse off and also it leave your oven super stinky while it also takes so long to achieve because you would have to wait for the oven to cool off before cleaning.
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Oven Cleaning Products:
So how else do you clean your oven and also achieve a fantastic clean oven without sing any of the very harsh and harmful oven cleaning chemicals that abound in some supermarkets such as Coles or Woolworths. You would need:
- store bought oven cleaning products
- baking soda (bicarbonate soda) for cleaning the oven
- spray bottle
- ammonia oven cleaner
- chemical free oven cleaner such as lemon, vinegar, water
- rubber gloves (please not disposable gloves)
Oven Cleaning Steps:
If you want to do self oven cleaning, after you may have gotten items above, follow the tips below for a thorough cleaning of your oven
- Empty the oven: take out the oven racks, pizza stone, thermometer and literally anything else that you have inside the oven.
- Make a baking soda paste: Mix 1 cup of baking soda with 1 cup of salt and ¼ cup cream of tartar depending on the size of your oven you can adjust the quantity needed.
- Spread out newspapers or paper towels on the floor underneath and around your oven to ensure that when wiping out dirt from your oven they do not spill to the ground.
- Coat the oven: spread the baking soda paste made all over the interior surface of the oven. Do not spread the paste over the heating elements of the oven. The baking soda would turn into a brownish color as you apply in some places and also in some places you would need a chunkier paste than in others. And then allow the coat to settle down evenly for a while, overnight preferably.
- Clean oven racks: meanwhile rather than sitting and waiting, you should clean oven racks. Take the oven racks and place it in a large sealable plastic bag and spray the oven racks. After you may have sprayed the racks, seal the plastic bag and leave it outside. Follow the manufacturer’s instruction on the amount of time to allow.
- Wipe out the oven: after you may have waited overnight, now is the time to wipe out the oven. Using a very soft scrub brush or damp clothing, wipe out the already dried paste from the oven. You can use a plastic spatula if some residues prove tough to wipe off.
- Remove your racks from the bag after the stipulated amount of time and rinse them with hot soapy water, then wipe off with a dry cloth.
- Now, putting on your protective gloves, put a little vinegar in a spray bottle and spray around the inside of your oven covering the back, sides, bottom, top, door and also be sure not to spray into the heating element of the oven.
- Do a final wipe down, take up your damp cloth and wipe out the vinegar and remaining dried bicarbonate soda (baking soda). Repeat this until the bicarbonate soda residue is gone. Add more water or vinegar as need be and clean thoroughly till you get your oven looking shining and sparkling
- Replace your oven racks and, pizza stone, thermometer and everything else into your oven, you are done.
How to Keep the Oven Clean:
To ensure that your oven doesn’t always have to get dirty and sticky
- Before you cook something in your oven, you should do well to spread the bottom of the oven with a foil or oven sheet, by doing fats and oil drippings that would have stuck to the floor of the oven are eliminated and you can always dispose the foil and spread a new one during the next cooking.
- Also you can roast your meat and fish in cooking bags by doing this you would minimize or totally eliminate the amount of fat that can spit on the inside of the oven.
- Endeavor to always take out the tray when checking how well the food is cooked halfway through, this helps to reduce splashing grease to the oven.
- After you are done cooking with the oven, place a heat resistant bowl with water into the oven and heat until the water is boiled, this helps to ensure dirt and grease are loosened.
Oven Cleaning Methods:
There are several ways to clean your oven. All depend on if you want a chemical free oven cleaning , cheap oven cleaning or quick oven cleaning as well as the size of oven, how dirty is the oven, having a bbq with oven or you are looking for oven cleaning hacks:
- cleaning the oven with vinegar, bicarbonate soda or other non toxic oven cleaners
- easy oven cleaning with ammonia: this is one of the easiest ways to clean your oven
- ask professional oven cleaning experts
If you are planning to clean the oven yourself, you probably need to know a bit more about oven cleaning such as:
- how to clean oven with ammonia or other nontoxic cleaners
- how to clean oven racks quickly
- how to clean inside of oven
- how to clean an oven quickly
- how to clean a bbq oven
You can also hire an oven cleaning company or professional oven cleaners to clean your oven or barbecue oven in a professional way if cost of cleaning doesn’t matter. If you are planning to clean the oven for end of tenancy period, don’t worry. Free oven cleaning service is included in our end of lease cleaning package. So if you want to hire a professional & eco oven cleaner expert to do it for you may need to know:
- oven cleaning prices (how much to pay for professional oven cleaning)
- what chemicals they use (they much use professional oven cleaning products for sure)
- how quick they come to your place and do the job
Oven Cleaning Service Locations:
Our oven cleaning services across Australia:
- BBQ & Oven Cleaning Adelaide
- BBQ & Oven Cleaning Melbourne
- BBQ & Oven Cleaning Sydney
- BBQ & Oven Cleaning Perth
- BBQ & Oven Cleaning Hobart
- BBQ & Oven Cleaning Newcastle
- BBQ & Oven Cleaning Brisbane
- BBQ & Oven Cleaning Canberra
- BBQ & Oven Cleaning Gold coast