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Hi! Go the manufacturer's website or look at your owner's manual if you have one. You want to follow their recommendations so you don't void your warranty.
If you don't want to utilize the self cleaning mode, I would reach out to the manufacturer to make sure you don't do something that will mess up the oven.
You should have a pamphlet or a booklet that came with the appliance, if you've lost track of it, contact the manufacturer with the make and model numbers. They can guide you through it of email you the instructions. You'd do this because you do not want to void the warranty.
I've always had good luck using the self cleaning feature on my oven. But if you need something more, you can always use something like easy off and make sure you get it all out before using the self cleaning mode again.
If you don't have the oven instructions, contact the Manufacturer or a Cooker shop and ask if they have any instructions you could use! Best wishes. Failing that, look up on eBay................
Hi Gwen: Here are some sites that should help:
Thanks for your assistance.
I would follow manufacturer instructions.
Follow the directions that came with the appliance. If you don't have it, google the model of your appliance to get on-line instruction manual.
if you don't have the book that came with the oven just go to the mfg website online and put in your model number and it will have the manual online with full instructions - usually you turn on the clean cycle, it locks the doors and starts cleaning which takes usually around 3 hrs or more - then wipe out the ash once it is cooled off
Hello. Follow the instructions from your manufacturer. Many do have self cleaning options, my KitchenAid does. If you don't have the manual please call their 1-800 line. Additionally many manuals are online.
Hi Gwen, I never use the self cleaning mode on my convection oven. I don't like the smell. Instead, I clean it with baking soda. I like this tutorial. Hope it helps! https://www.hometalk.com/29142677/how-to-clean-your-oven-with-just-baking-soda
This may help you https://home.howstuffworks.com/self-cleaning-ovens2.htm
Baking soda & vinegar work wonders after the self-cleaning cycle
Put a large bowl of water in it with some squirts of dish soap heat for like 5 minutes that will loosen all stuff then wash out