Oven Cleaning Tips

Here are a few tips for you guys to help keep your oven cleaner for longer, in between your professional deep oven cleans. 1) Clean up big spills as soon as possible. While the oven is still slightly warm if possible. Wipe up spills and splats from in the oven and on the door/glass with soapy water and a cloth/microfibre cloth. Avoid using caustic products like Mr Muscle/Oven Pride as these types of products can leave permanent white burn marks on the ovens enamel and glass. If you get an obvious splat or spill, wipe it with soapy water while the oven is still slightly warm and this will suffice. 2) Oven Liner. We often get asked about Oven Liners for the bottom of the oven. These are fine so long as your oven does not have a heating element in the bottom of the oven. If your oven does have an element in the bottom the control marker will show the oven diagram with a line on the bottom part of it. If your oven does have a bottom element and you wish to use an oven liner, you need to avoid using this setting. Also, Avoid putting foil in the bottom of the oven as this can stick and damage the surface once removed. 3) Loosen it up. Fancy having a go at sprucing up your oven between professional cleans? You can loosen baked on food from your oven by placing a heat-proof bowl of boiling water in your oven at a high temperature heat for approximately 20 minutes with the oven door closed. The steam from this will loosen up any dried mess, then as soon as the oven has cooled down enough you can wipe it out with paper towels, or a microfibre cloth. 4) Use a bag. Or Pyrex style dish with lid. A roasting bag or Pyrex style easy grab dish with lid can be really useful for helping to keep your oven cleaner for longer. You can use them for for things like fish, meat, veg. Many people actually say they prefer the food cooked this way as it “locks in the flavor” of foods, and adds...

End of tenancy oven cleaning

Tenants, If you’re an existing tenant coming to the end of your letting period don’t let something as trivial as neglected oven cleaning be the reason for losing your deposit. Let’s put this into perspective, the cleanliness of a property makes up a huge percentage of all tenancy deposit disputes, and some of which can be attributed to people forgetting, missing, or not cleaning items to a good enough standard, in this case the oven, hob, or even the extractor fan. oven cleaning is one of the biggest issues for many landlords when it comes to a cleanliness inspection. Different people have differing ideas of what is clean. There is a general level of cleanliness form that landlords work to during a property cleanliness  inspection: “never been cleaned”, “attempted cleaning but still dirty”, “cleaned to an average household standard” (up to what is called in the inventory profession “cleaned to a domestic standard”) and “cleaned to a professional standard”. In most cases the oven would need to be “cleaned to a professional standard” to pass an inspection. Book in with us for a deep clean and we can ensure that you will have a oven that will pass even the most rigorous cleanliness inspection. We can deep clean: Ovens, Cookers, AGAs, Ranges, Hobs, Extractors, Microwaves, BBQ’s, Fridges and more. You can get in touch with us using any of the methods listed on our contact us...

New year, new oven!

Christmas and new year partying is now over for another year, and one of the most hated house hold chores looms… Yep, cleaning the oven! Do you really want to start the new year with a smelly, greasy, carbon covered oven?? Is your oven still splattered with all the remains of preparing the Christmas and new year festivities? Do you now have that smell of Christmas turkey grease, roasted potatoes, or some other Christmas and new year festivities now running through the air every time you fire the oven up?? Or perhaps the smell and taste of it in every meal you have had since? It’s time to get your oven cleaned! BUT… do you really want to put on rubber gloves? aprons? And be breathing in all those nasty over the counter caustic and ammonia products? To still be unsatisfied with the final results? The one way around all of the above is to get in touch today using any of the details on the Contact Us page of this website. Expert Oven Cleaning can remove hard carbonised grease, fat, and burnt on deposits from your Oven, Cooker, AGA, Range, Hob, Extractor Hood, Microwave, and more. And we can do this using a caustic-free and hygienic system in your home that is safe to your appliances, and means you can use right away when we are finished. We cover a pretty large area including Sheffield, Rotherham, Barnsley and surrounding areas. You can visit the Areas Covered page of our website for more details. Start off your new year by getting your oven or appliance professionally deep cleaned. Get in touch. Happy New Year to all of our past, present and future customers! http://www.ovencleaningsheffield.com /...

Oven Embarrassment

Ok, so you are embarrassed about the state of your oven? Well guess what? You are not alone. How do I know this? I visit multiple houses on a daily basis deep cleaning ovens. I would estimate 90% of my customers mention to me before I even open the oven door that they are embarrassed about the state of the oven. Even ashamed of it. They won’t even open the oven door if friends or family are close by. Some customers won’t even attempt to clean the oven themselves. Some can’t. Some are worried about damaging it. Some customers have tried to clean the oven prior to my arrival, but despite it taking near all day long they are still left massively disappointed. Whether it be with over the counter products like oven pride, natural mixes using things like baking soda, a steamer, or using a self clean mode on the oven which only resulted in a stinky hot house, and an oven that looked not much better after the cycle. I’ve heard and seen them all. Why not let a professional do it for you? We deep clean: Ovens, Cookers, AGAs, Ranges, Hobs, Extractor Hoods, Microwaves, BBQ’s, Fridges and more. Your friends, family, and any other home visitors will be dying to know how you did it! You can see plenty of our before and after pictures on the before after pictures page of our website. Or on our Facebook page. You can also see what other customers thought about our service on our Reviews page. Or on our Facebook reviews page. Don’t be embarrassed, get in touch today!. Go back to our Homepage.   Before: After: Before:...

Animals and oven cleaning

More often than not most customers are happy to leave us to the oven cleaning while they go relax, or do some other task around the house. This is generally not the case when it comes to animals! Animals always seem to take great interest in what’s going on. Who would have thought animals would be so interested in a cleaning task?? Whether it be an oven, an extractor, a microwave that’s being cleaned, they always want a good nosey! As much as the animals would love to be involved I know many oven cleaning companies would have to insist of the animals being taken away. That’s another good thing about this company, all products used in your home are Eco-friendly, so animals are always welcome to be close by and watch. Although, at times I do have to draw a line at being constantly jumped on while I am trying to complete the job, which has been known to happen! :-). Below are some pictures we have taken of animals showing a keen interest in oven cleaning. If we have cleaned your oven, you might even see you pet here! Enjoy. If you follow us on social media you will see more animal pictures from time to time (as well as oven cleaning pictures). See us on Facebook by following this link: https://www.facebook.com/expertovencleaning Remember, as well as keeping your pets occupied, we also deep clean: Ovens, Cookers, AGAs, Ranges, Hobs, Extractor Hoods, Microwaves, BBQ’s, Fridges and more. Go through a few more of the pages on our website, or Facebook page for more details. Go back to our website Homepage. Check out our FAQ. See what others thought about our service on our Reviews page. Or you can Contact...