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    I give mine a wipe over each time I use it and a proper clean about every 6 months. Apart from the racks (which I soak in napisan overnight, works a treat) it takes me about 45 mins of "baking" time (bicarb, vinegar and water mix, baked for 45 mins) and 90 seconds of wiping. Easy!

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    Once a month but I honestly don't use it that often we normally bbq or use the air fryer and have take out once a week

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    Quote Originally Posted by Once Upon a Time View Post
    I give mine a wipe over each time I use it and a proper clean about every 6 months. Apart from the racks (which I soak in napisan overnight, works a treat) it takes me about 45 mins of "baking" time (bicarb, vinegar and water mix, baked for 45 mins) and 90 seconds of wiping. Easy!
    What portions of vinegar / bicarb / water do you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Once Upon a Time View Post
    I give mine a wipe over each time I use it and a proper clean about every 6 months. Apart from the racks (which I soak in napisan overnight, works a treat) it takes me about 45 mins of "baking" time (bicarb, vinegar and water mix, baked for 45 mins) and 90 seconds of wiping. Easy!
    I did this today. Mine isn't too bad but I spilt some oil on the bottom last night so I used this method to clean it. No time at all once the 45 minute wait is up.

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    Default *spin off* How often do you clean the oven?

    Quote Originally Posted by Once Upon a Time View Post
    I give mine a wipe over each time I use it and a proper clean about every 6 months. Apart from the racks (which I soak in napisan overnight, works a treat) it takes me about 45 mins of "baking" time (bicarb, vinegar and water mix, baked for 45 mins) and 90 seconds of wiping. Easy!
    Is That equal portions?

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    He anyone got an oven like this?
    Total PITA

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    I cleaned the oven in my old house once, and that was after we sold it, right before we were moving out. It wasn't even all that bad, but I made sure I left it spotless. I wouldn't have bothered except that we rented that house back off the purchasers for a couple of months and I didn't want there to be any issues getting the bond back.

    Haven't yet cleaned the oven in our current house. It's old and almost too baked on to bother. It doesn't affect our cooking and we plan to build a new house and bulldoze this one so I don't really care.

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    This is how clean I got our old oven the one time I cleaned it. It wasn't too bad before that but I was shocked how sparkly it got! There's no way our current old oven will ever look like this!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cevapa View Post
    Is That equal portions?
    I kind of just throw it in a bowl together. I'd say it's about equal portions. I never bother to measure. It'll froth up and then you dab it on the glass and all around a cold oven with a sponge. Bake for 45 mins and wipe off with a sponge or soft cloth.

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    A quick cleaning video if you have Facebook.

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