Aside keeping your oven clean, ovens generally only require a little maintenance.
It is worth checking the door seal from time to time to ensure it has not started to perish or tear as you can lose some heat resulting in uneven cooking.
Avoid slamming the door or placing heavy items on it as this can damage the hinges causing them to break.
Most oven cavities have a light which will require replacing at some point, refer to your user manual to check how to remove the cover. Replacing the bulb is usually a simple task but always take care to do maintenance when the oven is cold.
To clean your oven we recommend this specialist Oven and Microwave cleaner. Its non-corrosive formula powerfully cleans away grease and charred residues with no overpowering fumes.
Oven and microwave cleaner spray
Gas, electric ceramic and induction hobs do not require any routine maintenance aside from cleaning.
Always take care to clean only when the appliance is completely cool. Some spills on ceramic electric hobs can leave a dark mark that may be difficult to remove. Its important to cleans spills as soon as possible to reduce the risk of them marking your hob. Never use an abrasive sponge or cloth as this is likely to damage the surface.
To remove burnt on deposits this glass scraper works really well. Replacement blades can also be purchased when needed. The Ceramic Hob cleaner cleans exceptionally well, is non-abrasive and leaves a protective film.
Ceramic hob cleaner
For gas hobs, it is recommended that you keep gas injectors free from debris as this will stop the ring from igniting.
If possible to remove, you can clean rotary control knobs to remove debris that may be causing it not to operate correctly. Please refer to your user manual as some rotary controls can be difficult to remove.
For stainless steel hobs this Stainless Steel cream is ideal hobs. It won’t scratch the surface and leaves a protective film to help keep the hob cleaner for longer.
Stainless Steel cream
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