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    Default Cleaning Ovens.

    This probably is completely the wrong area but couldn't find anywhere else. I spilt what i think might have oil and it baked on the floor of the oven. I cleaned with bicarb and vinegar which didn't achieve anything and then an oven cleaner gel which was very effective, although it took 3 applications.
    But now the oven is smoking when it gets hot.

    What do you use tho clean your oven,that works?
    What have i done or what could i so to fix it?

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    Default Cleaning Ovens.

    Put a pot of boiling hot water into a cold oven- the steam tends to loosen any baked on crap. Then gently clean 1-2 hours later

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    Default Cleaning Ovens.

    Did you rinse out the oven cleaner properly? Mine often smokes if it's not rinsed off

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    Default Re: Cleaning Ovens.

    Did you use the selleys blue gel? I had the same problem, and used that, and I rinsed 20 times no joke. The damn thing is still smoking. I bought some oven power on the weekend, time to pull out the chemicals I think, I'm fed up of stinging eyes every time I cook!

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    Default Re: Cleaning Ovens.

    Quote Originally Posted by MrsTiggyWinkle View Post
    Did you use the selleys blue gel? I had the same problem, and used that, and I rinsed 20 times no joke. The damn thing is still smoking. I bought some oven power on the weekend, time to pull out the chemicals I think, I'm fed up of stinging eyes every time I cook!

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    YES!!!! And I need to coo king soon for my daughters birthday on the weekend. Please let me know how you go. I don't want a tainted birthday cake. I'll keep rinsing until i don't can get to the shops. Thanks everyone. Next time i will try steaming first.
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    Default Cleaning Ovens.

    I just turn my oven on super hot till its all burnt off, them wipe it out once it's stopped smoking and cooled down

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    Default Re: Cleaning Ovens.

    I have bicarb and water mixed in a spray bottle. I spray that on when the oven is cold, when it heats up the bicarb chips off anything attached the oven walls then i just wipe it up from the bottom.

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