How to Clean a Self-Cleaning Oven by Hand

To clean a self cleaning oven by hand, remove the racks and use a non-toxic spray cleaner and a sponge with a scrubber side. Wipe the oven clean following the advice from a cleaning service owner in this free video on cleaning.

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Video Transcript

Hi, my name's Mark Newman-Kuzel. I'm president and CEO of Maid in the U.S.A. And today, I'm going to teach you how to hand clean a self-cleaning oven. Materials we're going to be using today are Clorox Green Works. My team and I love Clorox Green Works. They're friendlier to the environment than some of the other harsher products, and the sponge with scruffy reverse. First up, we're going to do is scope out the situation, see how dirty the oven is. It's not too bad, but there are crumbs in here. So, I want to remove the sheet first. So, we take your Clorox Green Works, you're going to spray it into the oven, get all the sides here and just want to get in and reach from the back to the front, so you can get any debris, have it come out, kind of shake it on to the ground. And then, we'll clean these racks with some soft dish soap, a sponge; you'll wash and dry these and put them in, soft clean out of my hand.


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