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Tops Tips To Clean Your Firebird Range Cooker & Cookware

Tops Tips To Clean Your Firebird Range Cooker & Cookware

The right products and a little bit of elbow grease are all you need to get your Firebird Range cooker looking as good as the day you bought it.

Cleaning your range cooker is one of the most time-consuming jobs in your house. One that needs to be undertaken regularly to ensure that your oven is hygienic and safe for the family.

We would advise you give your range cooker a deep clean at least once a week.

The Firebird Range Cooker team have compiled some of our top tips to keep your Range Cooker looking brand new.

Top Tips to Keep Your Oven Clean

  • If something has spilt in the oven or has boiled over on the hob, we would advise you to clean it up as soon as it is safe to do so. Please be careful as if you’re attempting to clean this up whilst your oven/hob is on your could burn yourself. Always make sure your oven is cool before wiping it over.
  • Make sure you are using hot, soapy water and a soft flannel to clean the outside of the oven. If you use a sponge you could potentially scratch your oven.
  • Your oven shelving can be removed from your range cooker. These can be cleaned in hot soapy water with a sponge. towel dry to ensure they are fully dry

Cleaning Your Ovenware

  • We would advise you always use wooden utensils in your pots and pans, despite most manufacturers claiming they’re products are scratch resist, all coatings can be damaged with a sharp item.
  • After you have finished with your cookware always thoroughly wash it, removing all baked on dirt and marks. Once you’ve washed it make sure that all suds are removed.
  • When you are washing aluminum cookware we would advise you to not use a dishwasher, or leave them to soak in warm water as this can cause discoloration in your cookware.
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