OvenSure is environmentally friendly, we not only use non caustic solutions that do not contaminate the environment when we dispose of them, but we also actively seek to use products that are better for the planet. Cruelty free and biodegradable, giving the future generations the best chance and not damaging the environment we enjoy.
Ever thought what happens to that sponge after you disposed of it, we have, so we use compostable sponges. We also use recycled paper, coconut scourers and glass refillable bottles. We will continue to try and find new ways to protect our environment whilst giving your oven the perfect shine.
This will differ per household. It depends on how often you use your oven and what you prefer to cook. Whilst high temperatures can kill bacteria, a dirty oven will affect the ovens performance. That layer of grease will lead to bad odours, affecting taste and in extreme circumstances creating a fire hazard.
Simple answer is yes. Self-cleaning ovens have been around since the 60s and
there are many different types. They all have the same idea of heating the oven to a high temperature to burn off the grease and grime. Heat does a good job of burning off this grime but the bi-product of this process is
smoke and smell. There will also be the effort required to remove that remaining burnt on grime. Self-cleaning also does not give that same deep clean that a professional clean provides, as we are able to get to the hidden areas by removing parts, including door seals, edges and glass that a self-clean cannot reach.
Each oven is different, but on average it takes around 2 hours. Factors to consider are that a larger range oven will take longer than a single oven. Also the amount of dirt will impact the time taken to clean. However, we do not charge hourly prices, and instead offer a fixed price up front. Please do not take this as a challenge to create the worlds dirtiest oven.
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