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    Maybe once a year if that. But in saying that it doesn't get dirty either. I always make sure there is a tray under what I'm cooking, even cakes to catch any possible drips. Most foods get covered while cooking so no splatters. I figure prevention is better than having to drag out the toxic oven cleaner as I don't have the funds to pay someone to clean it for me.

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    DF cleans it about every two months or so

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    Every few weeks. Our oven basically cleans it's self it has a special cleaning mode 😁

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    Never 😳😳😳

    I've lived in the house three years!! However, I very rarely use it and when I do it's covered in tin foil or baking paper.

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    You're supposed to clean em' ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trusty Chords View Post
    You're supposed to clean em' ?
    Snap lol

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    Thanks for the replies I'm feeling better knowing I'm not the only one who is lazy when it comes to oven cleaning


 

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