Home oven cleaning


(Carolyn Eden) #1

Hi


Happy New Year to you all!!



Does anybody know if here in France there is a home oven cleaning company, like they have in the UK??


My Niece stayed for a couple of weeks whilst we were away, and goodness knows what she cooked in my oven but it is in a terrible state, have tried cleaning but can not get all of it off!!!!!



Thanks


(Carolyn Eden) #2

lol I hope not!!!!!! :)


(Jane Williamson) #3

I cook most of my uncovered stuff in my pyrolitic oven, which burns everything off.

For my other ovens I use Oven Mate which I buy from Lakeland.

It is on my list of things to do to clean all the ovens. The last big cook is today when we are having the neighbours in for a meal this evening. We will be 13.

There must be a commercial outfit which cleans canteens, hospital kitchens etc.

Good luck with your search.


(vic evans) #4

I've just looked at our oven. Has your niece been here ?


(David Mollett) #5

Have you tried putting the oven on with a bowl (ovenproof of course) of hot water in it for say 15 mins on low to medium heat, turn off, leave overnight or a few hours, then trying to clean it? Apparently if you put some ammonia in the water once you've switched the oven off that also helps but we (i.e my wife!) haven't tried that. She also used to use brillo pads - as they're wire wool rather than scratchy stuff they shouldn't damage the lining of the oven.


(Paula Powell) #6

Hi there - I know this post is a couple of years old but as ovens only need a once a year clean (generally) I thought i’d let you know of an oven cleaner - called Four Éclat - there is a Facebook page with lots of before and after pics and 5 star ratings!


(James Higginson) #7

Paula, firstly please can you add your surname to you profile before you post again?

I’ve moved your other post to our business listings category which is the only place you can promote your own services. (feel free to add your facebook page links, contact details etc in there) Please refrain from jumping in to posts like this with commercial intent.

Thanks
James


(Paula Powell) #8

Thank you James :slight_smile:

Paula