This Mini eBook includes Guides on how to clean your oven without using harsh chemicals AND a special “Extreme Oven Clean” Step by Step Guide – for the forgotten oven!

(Note – these guides are also included in “The Bond Clean Book”)

$4.70

How often do you clean you oven?

Regularly cleaning your oven is a good idea, but how often is ‘regular’?

I recommend you clean it 3 to 4 times per year. This will help to prevent the extreme build up that is common in many ovens. More regular cleaning means you can also use eco friendly options, instead of harsh cleaning chemicals.

Reality sets in ...

However, the reality for most of us is that our ovens are often forgotten.

One day we open the door and say “Wow, how did it get like that?”. This can also be common when renting. Cleaning the oven can be a particularly painful part of the bond clean.

In these cases, an Extreme Clean, using harsh chemicals may be necessary.

Hiring a cleaner to do it for you is a great option. Or, you can use this book to do it yourself.

Using harsh oven cleaning chemcials ...

For an extreme oven clean it is likely that you are going to need to use heavy duty oven cleaning chemicals. There are a number of different types available, but the heavy duty oven cleaning sprays are a common choice.

Whichever option you choose, you will need to take great care using it. Here are some very important safety precautions you should take when using the sprays:

Read the directions ...

Read the directions ...

on the can before you start!

Plenty of Ventilation ...

Plenty of Ventilation ...

Open doors and windows throughout the house.

Wear Gloves ...

Wear Gloves ...

Heavy duty gloves are best.

A good face mask ...

A good face mask ...

is recommended. This one from Bunnings is perfect.

Prevention is always the best option

Once you have cleaned your oven, here are some tips to reduce the need for future extreme cleaning:

– wrapping foil around the oven racks and laying foil across the base can help keep these areas clean (regularly replacing the foil with new foil is a good idea)

– if you do a lot of open roasting (using containers without lids, or placing the meat directly onto the wire racks) you can protect the roof and base of the oven from fat splashes by placing a foil wrapped wire shelf, or a tray at the very top and on the bottom.

If you are renting, doing the above when you first move in will certainly make that bond clean of your oven much easier when you leave.

(NOTE – it is important to clean your oven well before using foil. Otherwise, the foil will stick to the existing burnt on food and it will be much harder to clean it later.)

What is included in this eBook?

Oven Cleaning Products

Oven Cleaning Products

This eBook includes an explanation of oven cleaning products that are available in most supermarkets, and the product I prefer to use. PLUS, some other products you will need.

Oven Cleaning Equipment

Oven Cleaning Equipment

Similarly, there is an outline of the equipment that I use to clean ovens - including those that need an Extra Heavy Duty clean.

Step By Step Guide

Step By Step Guide

I'll take you through every step of a real Extreme Oven Clean. And this includes a description and a pic for each step. As a result, you can have your oven looking like new again!

Follow the steps in this guide to get awesome results like these ...

Oven Racks Before
Oven Racks After
Oven Tray Before
Oven Tray After
Oven Before
Oven After

How To Clean Your Oven

$4.70

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Also …

The Bond Clean Book has the works, including the How to Clean Your Oven Guides!

Perfect for bond cleaning, spring cleaning and pre-sale cleaning. With How To Clean Guides for every area of your house, this book is a must for anyone who needs cleaning advice. Learn more HERE

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