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After cleaning your oven - do you want to ever do that again ?
Well, to cut oven cleaning down to a few minutes, just mix Sodium Bicarbonate (Bicarb) with a little water to make a thick paste, then spread it evenly on the base of the oven just using rubber gloves - it doesn't need to be too precise. Put the oven on warm for a few minutes just to dry it out.
That's it !
Leaving it on the base of the oven prevents any dribbles or spills from sticking, and it doesn't leave any odours or harsh chemicals in there.
Next time you clean the oven - just use warm water and you will be amazed how it just lifts off - leaving your oven clean with no other chemicals needed. Add another batch when you're done and it will continue to lift any areas you thought were impossible to get off.
Your oven is one of the most-used appliances in your home, and when you use it for preparing strong-smelling meals, like fish or for curing jerky for instance (I speak from experience on the latter), you can be left with an oven that emits bad smells into the rest of your food for weeks on end. You have a spill in the oven. Wait until the burners are cool to clean them only with warm soapy water (no chemicals) and clean inside the oven. Like a self cleaning oven, it's only at high degrees it will "burn" off the food spills and will cause smoke. Shop Appliances and Furniture for your home from Appliances connection online store.
The self cleaning setting goes to a very high temperature ,it is this high temperature that cleans the oven ,the remains that was left in the oven.during the cleaning cycle would have likely caused the hazy smoke and strong odour . Recomendation : use your vent fan , remove heavy residue from the oven before starting the cleaning cycle.
No chemical cleaners should be used on self cleaning ovens. Scrape the heavy soil with a plastic spatula and use the self clean feature. Once chemicals are used it will not clean satisfactorily again. Sorry..... Eric
The only solution is to get a new oven, The paint in the oven burned off, and now the electic board is burning out. This oven when it hits about 400 degrees it makes this chemical plastic smell, and at selfcleaning it makes the same smell for 3 1/2 hours, and come to find out it burned the paint off
usual cause of fumes is if the grill is in the oven, when for example a roast is done, fat spits onto the grill element and the circular element and smokes. if you leave it on, the smoke will clear. some ovens have a fat guard which clips over the grill in the centre of the back panel to prevent this.
to clean glass, just use scouring pads - glass is virtually impossible to scratch