Oven Cleaning Tips

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All stains and marks caused by oven pride will disappear once wet or polished, but as soon as they dry out again they will reappear
 
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Billy Marsh

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Some time s I bring along an assistant , rack washer or detailer. the older customers like a female present! helps with time and tough jobs plus can fit in the extra job.
 

Ian Dalziel

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Geez Billy your lucky to get another clean in ...any time I have an assistant I'm usually longer :lol:
 
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Mike Sant

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One thing I find useful, an 18 inch metal ruler when you can't get the door glass apart. Worth its weight in gold in helping you clean.
 

Scott Sangster

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I nip in past the local tip everytime I'm passing.. I've a box of bulb covers now.. Just leave them in the tank a day or two and they are like new..
 

Billy Marsh

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With my dip tank. I bring a mini tank just to dip the other trays or extra hob tops. Cut back on time and time is money.
 

Rolph Groth

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When entering a kitchen NEVER look at an oven and think to yourself, "that's not too bad. be out of here in no time" The gods of oven cleaning punish such thoughts with no mercy!
 
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Daniel Nailor

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If you’re using heat proof sealant to fix the glass, line the sealant spout with a rubber glove finger. Helps keep the nozzle clean and blockage free for next time.
 
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Billy Marsh

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When Cleaning a scout hut Range cooker. Make sure it’s not pan cake day before ! A challenge !
 
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allan young

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When we clean we take before and after pics, paying close attention to any damage. We have had a couple of emails in the past from customers who have accused us of damaging their ovens, one was a Aga cooker he tried to claim on our insurance saying that we had damaged his Aga front - our before pictures clearly showed the damage was pre-existing. On another occasion customer had claimed that we had chipped the enamel on the bottom of his oven but again the before pictures proved otherwise. Our employess also complete a check sheet before and after.
 
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luke sibley

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As above I use an inspection sheet and photos for this reason. The only time that there may be an issue is if the oven or glass is thick with dirt and there is damage / scratches underneath that cannot be seen. However this also covers you to some degree as you have proof that the damage couldn’t be seen!
 
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Daniel Nailor

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If your scraper blade keeps getting stuck in the holder, use the cardboard blade cover to fold over the base before sliding it in.
 

Terry Miles

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1st post - Hi All, great advise and suggestions here, Ive brought a few new tools on above suggestions haha

What do you all use as a floor protector, I use a plastic rubble bag cut flat, wipe clean when done. Also, we don't currently offer a bulb replacement, but I think we should, with that in mind, how many different types of bulbs are we talking for different ovens, 1-10-100

Brilliant site this.
 
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