How to clean a convection oven
For most people, domestic activities such as cleaning stoves are favorite as same as scrubbing toilets and cleaning gutters. Instead of using chemical substances, the best recommendation for cleaning the microwave is to try something natural. To clean convection oven, you will need four lemons, fireproof bowl and cloth or sponge.
First, cut three or four lemons into slices and put them on a baking dish, add enough water to cover the lemons and place in the oven you warm at 250 degrees. Close the oven and allow it to run for about 30 minutes then turn off and leave it in a bowl until the oven has cooled of. The acid from the lemon will soften any grease and food residues.
Open the door and make sure the oven is cool enough that it can be cleaned. Remove the shelves and leave them on the side, wipe the inside of the oven with a cloth or sponge and clean up the remains of grease and food. Pour in ¼ cup of baking soda and add water.
Then, apply a soda at the place where the remains are. After 30 minutes, gently scrub with an old toothbrush. Rinse off any residue from the oven so that it will wipe with a clean cotton cloth. Wash the shelves with soap and warm water and scrub stubborn food residues with a sponge.
Another way to clean a convection oven is to use special cleanser to the inside of the oven. Always wear gloves when you clean a microwave, because these cleansers contain chemicals that damage the skin. This will help you to clean the oven thoroughly, if there are places that you cannot clean, use a brush or wire to scrub. Then remove leftovers when you’re all finished.
Modern ovens have a self-cleaning program. Before you turn on this program, turn off the oven completely and let it cool down for a while.
Prepare oven for self-cleaning cycle according to the manufacturer’s guide. Select button to start the cycle. Usually, this cycle lasts two to three hours, be sure to avoid not touch it as long as the cycle runs, because the oven will get warm. When cycle is complete slowly open the oven and wipe the remains with a paper towel.
Drown towels with detergent and warm water and wipe the outside of the oven and glass. When you’re done, wipe remains of moisture with dry towels in a circular motion.