Handy Tips For Cleaning A Range Cooker
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Handy Tips For Cleaning A Range Cooker

Welcome to our blog that covers handy tips for cleaning your range cooker in the UK. If you're the proud owner of a range cooker, you'll know that it's a fantastic investment for any kitchen. Not only does it provide plenty of space for cooking and baking, but it also adds a touch of style and elegance to your home. 

We all dream of having a kitchen that is pristine and dirt free, integral to having a tidy kitchen is cleaning your range cooker. Range cookers are a beautiful showpiece of any kitchen however, like any kitchen appliance, it's important to keep your range cooker clean and well-maintained to ensure that it continues to work efficiently and look great for years to come. 

In this blog, we'll be sharing some useful tips and tricks for cleaning your range cooker, so you can enjoy its many benefits without the hassle of scrubbing away at stubborn stains and grime. We've got you covered when it comes to tackling spills and stains and keeping your oven and hob sparkling clean. So, let's get started!

Key pointers:

  1. Cleaning is easier if done after every use. Give your range cooker a quick wipe around the oven and hob after cooking. This will save you time in the long run by preventing a build-up of dirt.
  2. Please ensure to always disconnect the electricity supply to the appliance before you start cleaning your range cooker.
  3. It’s important not to let oil or fat build up on any surface, particularly on oven bases and trays.
  4. Clean the outside of your cooker with a dishcloth and warm water with washing-up liquid. Use a microfibre cloth to dry and buff and remove any fingerprints.

Range Cooker Cleaning

Cleaning the Range Cookers Hob 

When cleaning a gas hob, do not use any abrasive cleaners on the stainless steel, this could discolour or damage the hob top.

Please use a soft cloth with warm water and washing-up liquid to clean the top. We recommend using a degreaser spray to bring the sparkle back to the cooker hob top. 

If your pan supports are made from cast iron, please make sure to wait for them to cool completely before you start cleaning. 

Fill your sink with warm water, place the pan supports in until covered and use washing up liquid with a soft cloth to clean. 

How to Clean the Oven Shelves & Racks

Use warm soapy water and allow the shelves to soak, then simply wipe the dirt and grease away with a cloth. Alternatively, If you own a dishwasher, you can pop your racks in with your next load and your job is done.

How to Clean the Oven Walls?

The inside oven walls could benefit from a deep clean every three to four months. This will take about 30 minutes to clean. We recommend the steaming method for best results, Simply add washing up liquid to 150ml of cold water and turn on the oven to 100 degrees.

Place the 150ml of water and washing-up liquid inside the oven and leave for 20 minutes. What you will find is the water will start to steam and loosen the dirt and grease surrounding your inside oven walls.

Allow the oven to cool and wipe the inside walls with a microfibre cloth.

How To Clean The External Surface of Your Oven?

Cleaning the surface of your oven should be nice and easy. As you don’t cook on this part of the oven, the only reason to clean it will be to get rid of daily dust that gathers in your home or any spillages that might occur occasionally.

A damp cloth should be enough to wipe any marks or dirt off the surface of your cleaner, and if you want to dust it a regular dust cloth should suffice.

Because you don’t tend to use the outside of the oven, there isn’t really a need to perform a deep clean periodically. Simply give it a quick wipe-down as and when it is needed.

Summary of Cleaning the Cooker

Cleaning a range cooker may seem daunting, but with the right techniques and tools, it can be a breeze. From regular wipe-downs to deep cleaning sessions, there are many ways to keep your range cooker looking and working great. By following the handy tips and tricks we've shared in this blog, you can ensure that your range cooker stays in top condition for years to come. So, don't let the thought of cleaning put you off enjoying your range cooker. With a little effort and know-how, you can keep it looking and functioning like new. Happy cleaning!

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