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December 16, 2016

How to properly clean your oven

With the holidays right around the corner, premium ensuring your oven is running at its best may take a little elbow grease, but the payoff is unmatched. Cleaning your oven before you create a huge family feast will make sure the cooking process runs smoothly.

We've manufactured our SUPERIOR ranges for real cleaning: for example, the interiors are coated with an easy-to-clean enamel gray finish, which allows for effortless cleaning with no scrubbing needed. Plus, the oven shelves are easily extractable AND the oven door windows feature slide-out glass panes, so you can wipe down and replace with ease. 

Follow our simple steps for a sparkling range:

Here's what you need to get started:

  • Baking soda
  • Water
  • Rubber gloves
  • A cloth dampened
  • A plastic or silicone spatula
  • A squirt or spray bottle
  • White vinegar

Step 1

Empty your oven by removing all racks and accessories, and place aside.

Step 2

Create a baking soda paste with water. Mix ½ cup of baking soda with a few tablespoons of water. If your mix becomes too watery, add more baking soda to ensure you have a spreadable paste.

Step 3

Wearing rubber gloves, spread the paste all over the interior surfaces of your oven while avoiding the heating elements. Rub the paste in circular motions to remove stuck on food and grease. Let the baking soda sit overnight coating paste, allowing the mixture to rest for at least 12 hours.

While you're waiting for your oven, clean the removable racks. Do this by creating the same baking soda paste and rubbing along the ridges until clean. You can also let this coating sit over night. 

Step 4

Once the oven has set for overnight, take a damp cloth and wipe out as much of the pulp as you can. Use a plastic or silicone spatula to scrape help if needed.

Step 5

Fill a spray bottle with white vinegar and spritz the inside of your oven. The vinegar will cause a reaction to occur with the residual baking soda and will start to foam gently. Wipe away the foam with the damp cloth, and repeat spraying until all the oven baking soda residue is removed.

Then, just replace your racks and any other accessories and get cooking!