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Old 08.05.2014, 16:49
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Re: oven cleaning

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Read the instructions on the can. When you cannot understand those instructions, basic over cleaning products will tell you to heat your oven at about 200 for 2 minutes. Then turn off and sit for 10. Then spray it only on the areas allowed, not the coarse areas for example. Let it sit over night, two nights if possible. Take a extremely dry wet(means soak then wring the heck of it out so it is faintly damp), and start to wipe. Expect to kill a couple of new sponges on the activity. When there still is more there, repeat the process or get a metal mesh scrubby. Be careful and don't hit the glass.


Or pay a professional to come over and do it, and drink a tea.
That's actually bad advice.
One of the spray oven cleaners sold here in most supermarkets is K2 and it should be sprayed on a completely cold oven.

Surely, when using chemicals, if you don't know the product, or cannot read the instructions then you shouldn't really be using it?
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