Oven Maintenance Tips
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How often do you use your oven? How often do you look inside to inspect just how clean it is? And, well, how often do you clean it? Have you tested the temperature lately to ensure it is heating correctly?
Somewhere along the line, whether you realize it or not, there is a good chance you have spilled food inside your oven. It could have boiled over the top of your casserole dish or splattered as something began to heat up. Did you clean it up? Unlikely. When the food is done, we often pull it out, feast on our deliciousness, and move on. Right?
This means that the next time you go to bake something in your oven, you will get those drippings and splatters nice and crispy. And, probably add more to them. Then the next time, you do it again. Over and over.
Before long, your oven is not going to look too clean – and attempting to clean it is going to be quite the chore.
Just like a car requires routine maintenance to ensure it runs at its optimal level, so does your oven.
Use of Your Oven’s Self-Cleaning Feature
Most ovens have these, but very few people are familiar with how it works. Read your manual or contact the manufacturer. Be sure to wipe down the inside of the oven after it cools down. And, whatever you do, never start the self-cleaning feature and leave home and leave home.