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I found that buying the specific cleaning products from AGA Rangemaster are superb especially their oven cleaner. There are 3 products:

Oven Cleaner
Enamel FAcia Cleaner
Multipurpose Cream Cleaner

To elaborate about the oven. Both oven were caked in grease from cooking to many roasts to the point that when the internal light was switched on, I couldn't see inside the oven. I visited the Rangemaster website http://www.rangemaster.co.uk/index_719.htm and this gave me all the information I needed to clean my ovens with the help of some elbow grease and a quality wallpaper scraper fro the glass. Do not clean the removable sides with the cleaner it is self cleaning. Good luck and you will see a huge difference. Highly recommended.

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