Don’t you just walk past your appliance and think to yourself, Why does my Oven get so dirty? Of course you do and we are sure it’s frustrating, It is because of the splash back from the grease and water from all of your food, Once the food gets hot the water is evaporating and escaping while taking some of the food itself with it, At high heat it travels fast away from the food and hits the roof, sides and glass of the cooker. You can always contact our team of expert oven cleaners to help you.
Ovens are an essential kitchen appliance, but they can also be a pain to clean. One of the main reasons ovens get so dirty is due to food spills and splatters. Whether it’s a casserole dish overflowing or a tray of cookies spilling, food can easily get stuck to the walls, bottom, and racks of an oven. Another reason ovens get dirty is due to the way they are used. Conventional ovens heat up the entire space, which can cause smoke and steam to circulate. This can lead to a buildup of grime and grease on the walls and ceiling of the oven. Additionally, if you frequently use the self-cleaning feature on your oven, it can cause a buildup of ash and debris on the bottom of the oven. Failing to clean spills and splatters in a timely manner can also contribute to a dirty oven. When food is left to sit, it can harden and become harder to remove. This can make cleaning the oven more difficult and time-consuming. To prevent an oven from getting too dirty, it’s important to wipe up spills and splatters as soon as they happen. It’s also a good idea to use a liner on the bottom of the oven to catch any crumbs or food debris. Additionally, regular cleaning of the oven using a non-toxic oven cleaner or a mixture of baking soda and water can help keep it in good condition. We were speaking to a facilities management service and they said that even the industrial ovens tend to get dirty for the same reasons.