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Oven Cleaning Prices:
- £77 for Full Oven Cleaning
- £43 for Small Oven Cleaning
- £63 for Double Oven Cleaning (tree racks)
- £14 for Single Extractor/Microwave/Ceramic Hob/Gas Hob
*The minimum price for any oven cleaning job is £45. Prices quoted over the phone are estimated based on information supplied.
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There are four different types of ovens in regard to cleaning procedures. Each of those types has its own unique cleaning and maintenance procedures. We truly recommend that you read and follow the safety and cleaning instructions relating to your oven, before you order the oven cleaning from Cleaning London Co.
- A conventional oven
- Self-cleaning oven
- Continuous-Cleaning Oven
- Dutch oven
Conventional oven is the common domestic oven with no self-cleaning abilities.
Cleaning a soiled oven is one of the toughest and time consuming jobs in domestic and commercial kitchens.
However, knowing the right techniques and using the appropriate tools and products makes a big difference.
Although this oven cleans itself, you still need to clean it before and after operating the self-cleaning mode.
Due to the oven specially coated chamber, ash leftovers are the only thing you will find inside after baking! Clean it using a hot soapy damp cloth only (never use an oven cleaner inside the chamber).
You may use window cleaners to make the oven window shine.
A Dutch oven is actually a thick cast iron pot with a lid and three legs.
This kind of oven is referred to by different names in different countries: camp oven, casserole dish, potjie, phutu, cocotte, sac.
Since the pot is made of massive cast iron, the heat spreads evenly inside it, baking the food as if it were inside an oven. This is ideal for cooking casserole dishes on an outdoor open fire.
Caution: there are modern Dutch ovens intended for cooking on domestic stoves. These pots usually have enamel or Teflon coating, and they should therefore be cleaned according to the manufacturer’s instructions rather than the way that a classic Dutch oven should be cleaned.