A clean oven is essential for cooking delicious meals. Unfortunately, food particles and grease can build up over time, affecting both the taste of your food and the performance of your oven. So while cleaning your oven regularly is important, sometimes deeper cleaning is necessary. Here’s how to clean your Wolf oven, step by step.
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Start by removing any food debris or grease from your oven’s surface with a damp cloth. You can use a mild household cleaner or white vinegar if there are any stubborn spots. Be sure to avoid using harsh chemicals on the exterior of your oven, as they can damage the finish.
Next, open up your oven door and remove the racks. Most Wolf ovens have self-cleaning racks that can be placed in the dishwasher. If your racks are not self-cleaning, you must wash them by hand using hot soapy water.
Once the racks are removed, it’s time to start cleaning the interior of your oven. The best way to do this is with a commercial oven cleaner found at most hardware stores. Be sure to follow the instructions on the cleaner carefully, as some require you to wait for a period of time before wiping away the cleaner (usually 15-20 minutes).
After you have used the commercial oven cleaner, use a damp cloth to wipe away any remaining residue. Be sure to avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive scrubbers on the interior of your oven, as they can damage the enamel coating.
5) Finally, replace the racks and close the door. Your Wolf oven is now clean and ready for use!
Cleaning your Wolf oven may seem daunting, but it’s pretty easy! Follow these simple steps, and you’ll have a sparkling clean range.