Question about Ovens
=New Kenmore - just bought at Sears end of August - I put tin foil on the botton to catch spills and the foil melted. This is a brand new oven and doesnt have the coil so even though I have used the foil in this manner for years in my old oven, I now have a huge problem with my brand new appliance. How can I clean it off? I have the same problem with a brand new wolf gas oven and it's on the porcelain bottom of the oven which cannot be removed. Please tell me there is a way for this to be removed, I just paid $7000.00 for this oven. The tech line at wolf/subzero were no help at all!
Unfortunately, it's too late. The tin foil has melted into the panel and can't be removed. You should never place anything on the bottom of a stove that has a hidden element. You WILL damage the panel. The only option you have is to replace the panel or the entire oven liner...
Posted on May 31, 2008
Use Teflon reuseable non-stick oven liners sold by NonStickKitchen.com they last for years. It is what professionals and the food manufacturing industry use.
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Use "The Works Toilet Bowl Cleaner" to dissolve the foil. *Caution* when the cleaner is applied to the foil a chemical reaction occurs releasing some harmful fumes so please use outside or in a well ventilated area. I just did this to a Frigidaire oven I bought from Lowes at a discounted price. The previous owners bought it, did not read the owners manual or just disregarded the warnings on using foil in the oven and thought they would line the bottom pan with foil to help make it easier to clean (Good idea, but don't try it on the hidden element ovens). With the heating element being hidden under the drip pan the heat is hot enough to melt the foil and fuse it to the pan. Now most of the pans on these ovens are removable by just a couple of screws and I strongly recommend removing the pan when doing this. Squirt some Works toilet bowl cleaner on it in a well ventilated area and watch it go to work. It took about 15 minutes for it to dissolve all the foil on my oven, then I rinsed it clean and reinstalled it in the oven. The pan does have a slight discoloration on it, not from the cleaner but from the foil being melted onto the pan, if you choose you can buff this out. Most of the modern ovens have the ceramic coated drip pans in them so the Works toilet bowl cleaner will not harm them, unless you have scratched the finish off. Works Toilet bowl cleaner contains a fair amount of hydrochloric acid which is what makes this work so well.
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